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2,,The Jug House
ASES TO BE HEADQUARTERS FOR0
The Savation Arrrly?
TWho will be Captain ,P Why,
of core-in 'amley's Block--wrong side of Street.
Sole Aat, for Lemp's Keg & Boftle Beer,
City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the
Ibest Cigar on the Market for lOcts, AT LEHMAN'S.
ELIAS AARONS. Maniuf atur .r, tnw t (hians. La. Represented by Nathan Bach.
Saturda, July 27, 190t.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real lEstate Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carroll, West. Carroll utul Madisou
,Parishes, and the State Supremne Court.
JOHN A. MON'I'G()OMERY. Notary
P'ublic. Court Slenogral,her mid Firs'
IIiuratutce A (g at, is i t 1y oflier.
Clifton F. Davis,
RIeal Esttate A.t.,
Ilake Pr(,o il encl1.. I~a:
IIAVING JtST FINISHtIE A ((OM'ItttT
aHI(TIIACT (IF' ALL "lIE LANDS IN EAtT
.'Atliultl,. I AM PtIh;PAAUEI) TO I[ ltNI,,Ii
l,,TA('TS o5' TITLEs oN SHORT No'I'IrCE,
E. WAYILES BROWNE,
STENO(GlAI't.HtIR AND NOTAIRY PIUCHtIC.
W. I). lBlLL, W. B. PIER('E.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
Our ol'ice( is located in the oticee for.
mt'nly occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly.
l)r. Pierce's residence. 'The Egelly
Loral and Parish News.
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The ginlls are being overhauled and 0
Lebmann is trying to turn salvation
army. See his ad. iI
Miess Nettle Fousse has been on the
sick list this week,
Mr. Henry Goodrich is up again, ct
after a spell of fever.
'Rev. C. Mabe returned last Tuesday tc
morning on the Belle C
The town has been fall of- Knights hi
of the grip this week.
.No morning mail last Wednesday Il,
on account of the storm.
'Mr. W. H. Maben spent the week in vi
Vicksburg, returning yesterday.
A heavy rain fell last Saturday even- bh
lug.. Welearn that it was general. Cm
There is talk of having another first at
elas# bail game before the summer Is
Mr. W. 8. Maguire received a pretty Ja
rubber tire buggy on the Speed last
Miss Reta Vionson, of West Carroll,
it visiting her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. his
C. N. Hall. gi.
The heavy wind on Sunday evening. w(
fltost have blown down large quauti- WI
tips or corn. go
The Fischer Lumber Company can
furnish you with first class lumber at I
abort notice. I's
Most too much rain. We hate quite Mi
a sufficiency, any more will be a frit
Millisin has made a big cut on -all the
Ssummer goods. Straw bats are going at
- at atv old price.
The John K. Speed lay at the land- tour
Inugs several hours last Thursday dis- ou
Work is going right along on the
- new court house, and it wi!l be fluished put
on contract time. sto,
The School Board proceedlngs are gro
pretty lengthy. They are published cup
in another columo.n, is a
The owners of stoack throughout the bus
parish are inoculating their stock as a siho
pgeventative of ciarbon. bus
Millikli is selling out his straw bate
below cost. He is determined to die- I
pose of every one of them. Thub
At the residence of Mrs. W. . ,o
SFishber's there is a large banana plant frac
in bloom. It Is quite a curiosity. that
The Board of Aldermen met last grst
Monday night, but the proceedings on t
same in too late for publication this day
The Famous has just received a ship- now
meat of gent's furnishing goods, all up
to date. .Drop in on youir way to the T
peat office, to sj
Mr. O. P. Hamilton made a flying the
trip to Greenville Lbis week on busel.. wor
pes., Mr. Hamilton, of the Famous, few
Mr. John Reid, brother of Mr. Will ed t
'Reid, of Shiplaad, Mism., has been thoe
quilte sick for the pass ten days with will
Master Artand Hall Vought is righ
'pending the week with the Ilall boys. no
Me will return to Baton Rouge Uui- n
Sevrsity this falL sitr
Messrs. W. C. McRae and C. N.
Stal amre busy writing the useesment accsl
roil., which Will be considerably in. slo,
cased this -yesr. wait
The I)elia % as de!ayed a ay or
mor e on tier last Itrip onn a"cotunt of a
shiort crsw. O() her rrturn from
Vickeshirg last Monday niorning she
lay at Bell's lanrdiing a! ,wrat all day put
rI ing off' material for building the iron
S bridge at 'lensas.
It is replorted that Messrs. J."N. and
It. L. tlill, two of our most successful
and prosperous business mnen, will
1ý, miyve Ihe large Irarne building now
used as a blutcher shop and will erect
two fine brick slores on its sites and
bade them completed sometime ii
rt'. The Famrous. has received a complete
line of tall anrd winter samples of
il'" clotlhing. ' Ihey- are readay to fit upI
irt their custoniers in anry av, shape,
rmanller or forml A first class tailor;
will he ion land all through the fall
and winter, prepared to to any kinud
S of work.
Misi May lhtIrrd rentrlnetd iMonuday,
after a d I:ghltul visit ofovrr a rimonih
-pent wi f"iend at Monroe il1ln
Rl othlier pliHes in te ir'es;ern side of
the State :li's li te io, a popular:
T ottg lad (of VXlckysIUhr, caIIte up
is1 with Mi.ss Jeard and will lie her guest
i' it for solietinl
Last Friday everiio downi at Holiv.
blroiok a uegro mtranl a,:iide:tly killed
h Ilinself while fooling a ith a shot gun.I
In onrie way the glili weOlt oft, the
contitis of it almost tearig his left
hanid off, and Ientering the side of his
head, tore away his scalp. lie lived I
about four hours after the accident.
Ily . i
M r. J B. ellair se, oi Shrevelport,
clerk of the United States D)istrict
Court, who married !Miss Mauld J.ones
of this town, died oil Friday evening ,
of last week in Shreveport. Mr.
d Beatie haid been clerk of the Federal c
Court of the estlert district of Louis- V
a1 ina since its organization in 1884.
be Durinig !ast May art ilantart chilId of I
outr netitighborhood wait suflfering trumn b
in, cholera initanturn. The dloctonrs had ,t
giren up all hopes of recovery. It,
ly took a bottle of Chamnierlan't Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea lienidy to the se
ai house, telling them 1 felt sure it would I o
do good it used according to direc- ai
y tions- In two days time the child had isa
fully recovered. The child is now pt
in vigorous and healthy. I have recomn- at
mnelnded this reinedy frequently and hr
it- bave never known it to tail -Mrs iil
Curtis Baker, Bookwalter,O)hio. Sold re
t at Guenard's drug store.
Mr. Jason Hamilton, son of the late L'
Y Jason Hamiliton, anid quite a brlliant i th
yOnung mani, spent last Monday and w
Tuesday in. town, shaking bands with d.
his old friends. Jason is a lite drug- th
gist and has a good :position in Kentii-ii
wood, La. The Itanrlter.-emiocrat !i'
i wishes him good luck wherever he li1
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Miss Joe Male Egelly and Miss th
Isabell Monltgolmery left on the IDelta. '
e Miss Bond. who has been visiting In
I friends here for some weeks ailso re- -'iL
turned, and these young ladlies Vill be co
the guesl~ of Mllse Boll as hr horne itf
at Bartlett for a few aeeks trefore re. br
turniiug. ,eV wish thbenl a ipleasant tow
We learn that Mr. (Charley I1:1 hasl tis
Ipurchased Ithe Ahbltidge gronel'\. at,
stock and will opet, up a litst cl~cs
grocery store in the building lately or- sta
cupied by Mr. Asbbrildge. Mr. tHillhe
is a tirst cla )OUui uia, attLentlle tol the
business, hteabl liltd hlonorable, and 1 Ca
should make a suiccess of the grocer) ll
Do)ow at Ileruderon planrtation last to;l
Thursday Will Kelly. colored, struck inot
another negro in the head with a i-1.b iii
fracturing his skull, and it is reported we
that be died from the blow. A ti li·- laud
gram was sent to sheriff l)ullntt to le bo
on the lookout for Klielley, aind oe F'ri. chn
day delluty sheriff Hunter spied hiMu anti
on the street and took hiru-in. lie isoci
now behindt the bars.
The material ioerect the rona bridge
to span across Tcunse, canie diown on
the Delta last Satuirday night. The for
workmen no doubt will be here ih a il a
few days to put it up. A tirst clrase ote
safe bridge has been very mrtceh Ieed.- irev
ed to cro.s "'eiosa for ,oulettire, and hbel
those persons who use it constantly lr
will be glad to kitow that it will soon Iil-tr
be put up. Our P'olic <Iury did the cColt
right thing whei they decidedt to fool two
no longer patching up tLe old wooden my
structure at a coutirnulI expemse. and
Mr. Chester Yeager.of Tallulahi, hits IIi
accept?d a position at Wiiite' ir lr,. i·
tolre, where lie cari bie blurr rad) to I
wait on as1 tLvOutriifs. '(iL.
vy or I Jerry Beaty was arrested hv deputy
of a sheriff Hunter last week, charged with
from breaking Into the house of Warren
g she l'arharn on the Mounds place and
y put- stealing a pistol, razor, pair of shoes
iron and a watch. He sold the stolen arti
cles to Josh Jenkins working at the
saw tmill. Beaty is safely locked up
t' and and the chances are that be will re
essful wmain there for sometime to come.
now Last Thursday in St. Louis Mr. Phil
erect McGuire's race horse wes pulled, ton a
and race by the jockey, after having the
e in race won. A great deal of money was
bet on him, Several hundred people
crowded around the judges statld and
3pete for a while it looked very unpleasant
for the jockey suat those connected
i up with the race. Mr. McGuire has a inue
pe torse, and it. was through carelessness
tailor that. he lost his race.
e fall i.
SThe colored Knights of Pythias of d
P'rovidence will htsve a big dayv on i
day, Wednesday next. ,Jul% 31st. T'bey ,
onth will have a big dinner, base ball and
4ii other atttilsetnerttQ at the fair grounds ln
ie of during the day., and at tnight their pub
tular lic" installation of otiicers will lake
"l' place at the Opera House. The coin
unest uit tee of arrangetments is preparing to ai
take care of a largo crowd, and our
business houses should do a good
oily. ,bustiness on that day.
lled -- - ft
gun. The Vicksburg Post of a few days tif
the ago. says that "cthief engineer Fenton oIf A
left the New Orlosus, Natchcz and Arkan.- si
his sas railroad, is ilt the cil). lie states i ,
ved that hbe is expecting orders any day to t Of
It. commencte the work of construction t)
I fro Tallulah to Lake P'rovidelece. A
ort, ]'reident Averill is now in Newlork."* of
riot We are glad to see that the Goulds co
)nes are not putting the Coie-Averill road he
Jiug on a side track, and that they are still b.
Mr talking strongly that this road is a er:
era' certainty. We will toot our whistle qu
nis- whtt construiction hbginls oitt
r. ir'. E. Artaud. who has just re- co
I of trniet from the i'hilippiaes atd has le
onm been at homIe only a sht,rt time. has far
had been ordered by the War Departmeut I ho
I to wrport for ditty and prepare to re- rec
lie, turti to the Phlilippines; but the Doctor go,
ihe sreut two years over there andt has cre
uld! onlyl teen away about two mouths,
e. atnd says its a little too much and will
tad send in ihis resignation antd locate here got
oW permanently. He is a lline surgeon Miu
t- atnd physician, and has a large practice
nd here, and his umany friends will be de- I
ire lighted to learn that he has decided to con
old renrain here permanently. tig
Tne managers and tmembers of the
ate Lake Providence base -bail club take
ilt this iopportunity to thank all thosel
i who kindly contributed towards liit,
hi defra lung the expenses itniurred by the
,1. the gamtte of ball between Vicksburg
atd Lake Providence on the 16th to
rat lust., and to assure thenm that the
he money dhtated for that purpose came bant
in very antdy and was duly appreci. bee
tatee. 'Tiney also wish to state that if;
the Ilerchtanits and the public generally M r
a would'slhw a more appreciative spirit tow
,, t wt:uid help the boys out muore is jt
c itberallv ,ot their ball games, they peel
be 'outlt have a series of games with dif- N
te frernt clubt, which would not only in -
e-ibri.g srge crowds of people to the resa
at towa, tbut would advertise it all up Cht
autd dn(-i the river. There is lothitg so a
!ike a tirst ,~lse game of ball to adver- 5
taise a ,lace and set people to talking dant
,., about it. left
Itn another column will be found the 1whe
Startitlng account of the resignaustion of S
l the Hev. l. W. Knuickerbocker front to
Sthe Methodist Church at Los bngles, Vie!
Cai. While tit Banner.l)emttocrat is last
inot prepared to discuss the matter as ptia
en, it canltot censure the gifted
divine, especially as he is so conscieni. P
St ttous it thie matter. We are glad to Jam
inote that his people in los Angles are eldet
Swith biim inu the coutroversy. As tbe we
I!world adsancee, religious ideas change, coloe
':and inatelligent men are not to he
ibund within. the narrow limits of W
Schurch creeds Liberality of opinion, Cole
I and not lnarrownes, is what makes the
A1 society advance. tied
The Beat Ke~medy for Stomach and
e .i.o.el Troublct . KI
' "I have been iu the drug busineos " ors
Sfor twenty )eare and have sold rooestI blsle
a . o!i the p rotrietary medicines of any poaei
a note. A mong the entire list I have 'Mr.I
i never sound anr thing to equal Cham. a u
i berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea M r
Iletitedy for all stomach and bowel QitOe
i troubles." saye (). W. Wakefield, ofl go it
Coluambus, Ga. *'Thid remedy cured twill t
Stwo stAvere cases of cholera morbus in tmh
I mv faitly aitd I hiave recommended
anid soldi hundreds of bottles of it to tile gi
itty cutllliTa terto their entire ssatisfac. Prov:
tint:. ); a-fotde'sa quick attd sure cure sever
i, a tt.;,'-~ t f,,rmt." For sale at J. S. felt,
(; ,a l cit d's cug store. atlili
DeVoe's. Forecast for August.
'Faet Indian cyclones asually make
their appearAnce .during August and
they are liable to cause disturbance of
weather conditions in any part of the
world, but there are no indlcations of
unusual disturbances in the United
States this mouth. The month will be
unusually dry, except over the Atlantic
coast states where the storm belt is
located and where severe heavy rains
are Indicated. lst to bth, hot and
sultry, with local thunder storms.
6th to 8th, local thunder storms, in
creasing in violence as they move east
ward and may develop tornadoes over
the Atlantic gulf states. 19th to 12th,
m .variable temperature. 13th to 16tb,
local thunder storms and sultry
weather. 17th to 18th, fair. 19th to
IiU 21st, hot and sultry. 22nd to 24th,
local thunder storms, but not much
rain. 25th to 28tb, warm, cloudy,
sultry weather. On the 29th a storm
will form over the lake region, causing
violent thunder storms in its track
i. set ward, culminating over the New
ptoly England states on the 30th to 31Sat.
The Vicksburg Poet of Saturday
and last, says that "Manager McCulloch of
shoes the Cunmberland Telephone Company,
art:- received notice to-day, of anotherjlarge
t the shipment consisting of 800 red cedar
u ap poles for the extension of the tele
II re- phone iines out of Lake Providence.
This will make a total of 1406 poles.
The material used by the Cumberland
people is of the best that c.n be had
and is evidence of the company's
in a desire to construct lines of the most
3 the durable character. Mr. McCulloch
was states that as soon as the material can
eople be gotten to Lake Providence the
and work of extension will commence."
Mwant anager McCulloch should see by all
mcd eans that another long distance wire
` hue is run from Vicksburg to New Orleans,
or run on this slde of the river. As it U
is now, one wire is inadequate for the
namounlt of business Here in Provi.
so of deuce the line looses fromn $300 to $600 I
ol in business on account of other persons
"bey "being ahead." If it is this in the j
and sumntner, what will be the loss of busi.
nds netes to the company int the fall anud
pub- winter when the .:;otton business opens
take upl Mr. Mc(t:uloch should see to
:OUt- such an inlmportaut matter and have
g to another wire.
ood Mr and Mrs. George Ashbridge
will leave this evening on the Della
for Memphis. where they will remain
lays for the next two or three weeks. Mr.
u ofII Ashbridge goes to familiarize him
can. self more fully with the sampling and
Mtes grading of cotton, with the intention
Sto of going into the cotton buying buesi
tion nese tbi. fall in Providence. Mr.
ice. Ashbridge will be connected with one
rk.' of the monst substantial and leading
ilds cotton houses in Memphis, and will
oad have authority to purchase from one
still bale to a thousand. The cotton buy.
sa ers in town last fall were quite an ac
stle quisition and advantage to those of
tour planters who had cotton to sell.
A higher price was paid for it that,
re- could have been, received in New Or
has lans, and it was a great help to the
eout home and to know- what they were
re- receiving. Mr. Ashbridge will do a
or good business, and the Banner-Demo
.a,, crat wishes him success.
ill Misses Roy and Loula Stockner have
are gone to Greenville, Miss., for a visit to
friends l'the will visit In Baird,
on Miss., before returuiug.
le- The Va:ley Queen took away a large T
to consignmenut ot lutber last Wednesday
niight, the output of the mill of the
Fischer Lumber Company.
ke Mises Linniie and Wesson Goodwin,
e frou Hamnburg, Ark., who have been
se visiting their sister, Mrs. G. M. Frank
ds liii, will leave to-night on the Delta for the
by I their borne.
th We call the attention of our readers
Sto the advertisement of the celebrated
h Schlitz beer. It is a tine beer and
re i bandleit at every first class place where
ei- beer is sol.
Mrs. Dr. I). S. Vinson, mother of
Y Mre. E M. McKee. spenta few days in tele
it towu the early part of the week. She
re is just from T''exas, which state she ex
y pects to make her home.
if- Next Sunday benlug the first Sunday
ly in August, Mr. W. H. BOenjamin will
e read the services at the Episcopal
Church. Those who possibly can do
so should atteud church on that day.
IMr and Mrs. J. W. I)unn and three .
g daughters and Miss Ethel Montgomery
left for New Orleans on the Valley
Queen. They are bound for Bilxgri e
e where they will remain for sometime. Buffs
Some persons in Providence refused sleep:
'to contribute a cent in getting the
s, Vicksburg ball players to come here
i last wek to play ball. My, but what
I picayunish slinginaes. felf, every
t.I Presiding elder J. Ii. Martin of St.
o lames A. M. E. church and Presiding To ea
elder Shallaborn of the St. Peter's M. work
E. church, were both here during the
e week. Both of them are first , class Try
Scolored men. black,
, What is the matter with Messrs. taste
Cole and Averill? We wonder if that Bre
' letter of first vice president Thorne of
5 the Southern Pacific has not kinder Hats I
tied them up somewhere on one of the Mol
many sidings. Ma
Kinglet, the racer, owned by Mr. W. tion.
S. Maguire, was kicked by another
horse last Tuesday morning, breaking
his leg above the knee, as it was im
possible to save him, he was shot.
Mr. Maguire loses a valuable animal
Mrs. F. R. Bernard, two daughters too Ia
and )oung son, left on the Valley brn
II Queen for New Orleans. They will so if t
I go from there to Biloxi, where they by.col
I will remain durintg August and Sep- too fi
tember. We wish them apleasant trip. Masti
Mrs. Irene Chaffe and her sweet lit- when
tie girls left Monday morningufor Lake the rei
Providence, where they will remain indica
several weeks. Their abseico will be much,
felt, but with them goes the deepest Stoms
symnpatby of manyu friends in their sad heartt
i atfi;ction.-Webster Signal. - at J. 6
oato that wil :nv
b C, PWMITE'S b o
the · t
i tede e d
1'1 no Wlhen buying SHIRTS
l i there is one sort that will tnever
ine disappoint you in excellence of .fabric,
and workmanship and fit, and that sort is
tr Colored Negligee, detached
to cuffs, no collars, . 1.oo to 1.50
uch Colored Negligee, attached
d* cuffs, no collars, 1.oo to 1.5o
lou Colored Negligee,. attached
Scollars ad cuffs, 1.oo
White Negligee, attached
ay cuffs; no collars . 1.oo to 1.50
of White pleated bosoms 1.oo to 1.5
age Full Dress .oo to 1.50
Cie Night Shirts N75c to 1.oo
Shirts from 25cts to 75cts.
Hn Wh HITEiS .o
ShFFine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.t
. "ILLIA.. t PooL Pft .O .
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
t. Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
rG "OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
d Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
THILLS MWIAT M
Ie Delivered freeo any par of Town
Patronage sohoited. uarantoo promptness.
THE JOS..HEA!UA FISCHRTER LUMBER CO,
FShingles, Shi ngle, Shinglears.
S lepones. Send your orderst o a home enterprietors. I.
telepones. Send your orders 'to a hlome enterpr~is. ·iTI
10 Day Tickets
$32.50 Vicksburg to Buffalo and
Return, on sale Daily via
Y. & M. V. RAILROAD.
Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. m.: arrive
Buffalo 10:30 a. m. (35 hours); through
sleeper from Memphis.
A. Q. PEARCE, C. P. A..
DON'T IT MAKE YOU NOT
To eat dinner in the same coat you
work in ?
Try a light Serge, either blue or
black, and see if your dinner don't
Breezy Negligee Shirts and Straw
Hats In lots of styles.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
When the quantity of food taken is
too large or the quality too rich, heart.
burn is likely to follow, and especially
so if the'digestion has been weakened.
by constipation. East slowly and not
too freely of easily digested food.
Masticate the food thoroughly. Let
six hours elapse between meals and
when you feel a fullness and weight in
the regi~ of the stomach after eating,
indicgtiV~-thbat you have eaten too
much, take one of Chamberlain's
Stomfch and Liver Tsblets and the
heartburn may be avoided. For sale
at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
To Cattle Buyers and AII. Whom
The undersigned have each a large
herd of cattle running in the swampi,
situatd east of Mer Roune. The I)av
enport bra:ndl is the letters f j .
The Mose brand i ("M' with Iba
over it) Their cattle run in portions
of the parishes of Morehoure, Itichland
and Wpst Carroll. To protect them
selves against cattle thieves t:ey have
agreed that they will not sell to any one
who will not agree to ship from Mer
Rouge and from nl,,lt r phlnu e. either
rail or river. Any one collectiug or
driving cattle branded as aLboeo, and
not accompanuied by one of the under
ained or by some one legally repre
senting them. will be criminally prose
cuted. To any ono furnishing infor
mation leading to the prosecution and
conviction of parties stealing their cat
tie, the undersigned will pay a reward
of one hundred (*100) dollars. All
letters and telegramni must be adhdressed
to the undersigned at Mer Rouge, La.
C. C. I)AVENPoarT,
FIN& SWEET MILK 25C A
MRS. T. J. POWELL'S.
tDr. Bernard & ]Jrtaud,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, I.A.
Both Telepoues in oflices antd resi
Dr. Frank E Ar'auod. late Sur2eon
Major U. S. A.. has rtirned anid
formed a pa:"ter:"thip .'it;1 l)r. F. 10.
All or lls wii', t, ac~ ,: ,u ,ou. tly. I
da) or cig -*, i . . e..c: , uý.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
'P'rk -. 'V alloe~,s. Over SZho- bse.
"Everptbing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Oorner Lake and Levee Streeta-.North Side.
Dry Goods, Notions, -Shoes, Hats and
SL.ADIES' and:G ENT'-"s Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
rI respectfull ask a shale of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one righe.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
T.HE LAKE IgROvII,;"::(' iha Ft issues Blank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just- as safe
as Post Office or Expr,-ess Money Orders.
--- TIIE FOLLOWING RATES---
e Not exceeding . 5,01o .05e. $ 5.010 and not exceeding $25. 10l
$25I and not xcoeding. 6lll. <. 1 i0 and not exeedtling $80, 20e
$80 and not exeeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25c per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails. you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fill out application. "T'lk e are also
other advantages over P. 0. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
SJ. . T.TOOKE., JR., Cashier.
t'!t i R. J. BURNEY. ,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence, La
Dry Goods, Clqthing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Elverr thi-g for -t..d e.t .
S Evoerythi.tan for C-ontlemaon
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
JIWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope .to
buildup a first class trade. We solicit your busiuess, and will do. our b¢t4
Sto please you. Give us a call.
.TE GUENARD DIRUG STORE,
aJ S. IUELIENARD, PROPRIETOR
IIr.ake Street. Lak.e Providenaoe, e. 4L
Thrugg, fedikineg, tChemiCal$, Batent fedieine.
(arries a fhll lite oe Paints, Oi0s, lfare'isles,
a Brhs1es, tPoliet Soaps, Per.hnt-ery, Bookle, 1fiqe
Statiopery ard (lasHs.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
. . . .. . - _
Gee. W. McKee,
'Fho Old. 1eoliable Grooery )Et-g--T~xll
Fine Whiskies, Wines ad Cigars,
;!All k itnh s fFaoP a y Fatorlily C eeftieS
We invite vyou to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We ecay
alarge line ofidifferentgrades of sugar and. coffee. We buy for cash
Sand secure tihe discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
.pran4and Summer "
i Opening of -f i
f- I/'in of fataplo 5
-.( , igt recei~ed from which yetr
'I ji4CI an ltnake your selection forour
-fwearing aparel with a guarau- n
' tee of r satisfaction. Thil Con- -
erni tthe best known Firm
/ ~I nd ,/ the largest betsiness of
.h·rchatrt teilortngin the United
_ . al~l- 'n of hiir goods arond a finer
1,' line cannot be found. These -.
"/ falrics are matchless in nal
its-: the newest imnn rtat one
arid up-to-da, te Latter all new
/ "styles and hbobby treations;
l,ric,' a re right too, and 'you
'an get a garment now with the
SIlmilgs to correspond.
akE AGCN'1 RAMPLE, DISPAUYE .4A
~Vo doaa!l kinds of Job.:Work. .