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The Jug House
AR TG ROT IBE 4DQV&AR1Z 70F
; $~vation Arrriy?
tain P Why,
• 2. 3Iook-wront . g side of Street.
Sfor Lemp's Keg & Botle Beer,
I1 I l l IlIllq rl a rm " ,
Saturday, August 10, 1901,
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real Estate Agent,
LAKE FROVIDENCE. LA,
Will practice in the Courts of East
(:itrrt'll, Wre't Carroll and Ml.dli,on
l'ari~,.l., and the State Supremle Court.
J()HN A. MO(),G(;OMERY, .otary
Putili', (Ciurt Steno(grapher and Fire
llluntrnie AnLt, is i n my otlicc.
Clifton F. Davis,
2lTea1 Elastate A.gt.,
Lake l':rovidence. La. II
HAVING .ILUT FINISTIED A ('OMI'LET
ABISTRACT iOF ALL "liE LANDS IN ]EAS'I
AAtI)I.L. I A I i'iI'ARED '1TO FI-RNIM 11
b13$TACTS oF TIT'LES oN SlloRT NOTJ'E.
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
STIENOG(RAt'II"ER ANI) NOTARY PrBLIC.
W. I). HELL, W. H. PIEC:('E.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our oftfice is located in the o,litt: for.
noma!y occupied hy Hon. C. S. W ly. "
Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly
locHal anld Pariah News.
The river is falling rapidly at Ibis
Augunst 10th, and the last month of u
Some sidewalks in tbwn are very
much in need of repair.
A large number of strangers have et
been iII town this week. 10
Mr. W. Nl. Mabee, the barber, left W
last week for a few days trip in Mie- ha
Mrs. Frank Byerley, son and (lauh- be
tcr. have gone to Ocean Springs for De
the summer. of
Are we going to have a fair this
fall? There is ot sany talk or work eel
that any one know. of. V
Mr. J. S. Guennrd left on Wednes- wl
day to join his family, who are sum- ag
stbering on the gulf coast. po
Mr. saad Mrs. D W. Gilmour return- *f
ed taat Friday after a three weeks unr
visit to relatives it M iasiseippi.
Col. W. II. Benjamin and Mr.
Breighaupt, of the second ward, were die
visitors to town on Sunmday last. liat
Dr. Lo, Moore, Maxwell and Tay- cu
lor, the sports of the second ward, an(
were up to town on Tuesday evening. Iall
The gitning seasoni Is close at hand, K"
and all gie are being overbauled aIattd 1
put' i goo4 condition for the seasou. Fo
W. N. White wishes us to call the
atteuntion of the public lo the fine line the
of umbrellas and parasols he Is now last
We had a slight rain Monday evenu- 'h4
ilCg about seven o'clock. It cooled the esp
atmosphere and made it pleasant for gre
the night. ton
Mr. Nlmnto White ba charge of the wil
extensie mercatlle business of hise
father, Mr. W. N. White, during his
absence i,, New York. the
The cotroo crops throughout tbel
pIarisit tever looked titter at tbis sea- e
on of thle year. If tothiung happeuna t
large crop will be made., will
'The mercury registered 100 last she
8utday. At half paut *even iu the at
eveniig It w. 92. 'Thle day was s fall
hot as any of the summer.
J. S. Millkio is nakitig a cut in all toga
suraner goods. He is goitg to have prii
an exlra heavy fall antd winter stock, Sch
and room has to be made. wot
Mr. Yate*v Bell has erected a ioe W i
warehotse untder the bank up at his po'
latding, which will be found a great of a
conveniience to steamboats. the
Mrs. J. W. Tooke. Jr., and heraweet ably
sad interelslUn little daugnor arrived
Satlrday evening. after a pleasant "
visit with relatives at Arceadr. July
Miss Beulah Ooodrich returned ne
home last Friday front Arkansas City, dea
where she spent a molth visiting her wau
relatives, Mr..and Mrs. Thou. Shields.
Mr. R. J. Burney's cottoe gin, lo- Coit
atedl on the river bank in .front of in tb
town, is being overhauled and :hor- in a
onghly repaired for the eowing sea- bett
rs J. W. Plttman, Ji C. Pittman
111 left last Prldtay to take T
.h-i.kAg rlredn lxposition. Ireg
LSt. Lalse e their j t
4 ~ t
.J. N. Hill & Bro., are shoewing a
beautiful line of goods at a big reduc
Sioin. Mr. R. L. Hill will visit New
York City for the purpose of purch"s.
Iltu a fine line of goods, and their trade
, can expect to see something pretty this
, Mr. Waller t;oodwin brought us in
an op, .h boll of cottonl on Monday.
SIe says that it is strange to see open
cotton aind sweeping out the middles
at the samee tinie. Mr. Goodwin is a
list class plaiiter and never fails to
it, lake good crops and money.
Mr. H. Stein left last Friday for the
Panu-Am. Ex. where he will take in the
Nights. lie will visit New York City
before returning. Mr. Stein switched
on Ont St. Louis to spend a day or so
with Mr. Phil McGuire, who will re
main there tuntil the cold weather.
ary Captain V. M. Purdy went down to
re Baton Rouge to take in the Confeder- I
ate re-O)iou in that city on Monday.
lie expected to meet a great many per- t
soons who were with hitm throulgh the I
war, none of whom he has seen since. I
SWhat a love feast it must have been. i
Last week Mr. N. Fousse erected a
large wind mill on the stock farmi of i
Mr. Fralnk Constant in tibe second
ward. A wind miill is somethinig that
every plantation should have. Mir.
I 'otsse iniformed us that he had several |
more to putt lup throughout the parish. t
S Mr. Max Levy, who always pur.
[ chases a heavy stock, and knows how
CE, to select, is if" to visit the markets. I
Ile intends to visit Chicago and other t
cities and you can look for everythingt
of the latest. Mrs. Levy, who is vis.
iti,!g in Detroit, expects to meet him in I
.c. Cincinnati. a
M rs. E C. Lanier, of Baton Ronge, ii
arrived on Tuesday to spend some. -
time with her sister, Mrs. Yancey Bel. a
or. This is Mrs. Lanier's tirst visit to her "
old homle inl nearly eight years, and It
lly she is welcomed by her many friends. It
The allnner-Democrat wishes her a P
pleasant visit. a]
A great many of our citizens are el
now away spending the summer. We
are glad to learii that the daughters of
his Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and the d
young son of Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Ber. im
of nard, who are all down on the gulf G
coast, are now well again and are Fi
y etnjoying excellent health. a
The cotton planters who were lackey in
ve enough to purchase their cotton ties ch
sometime ago, can feel easy; but thosej SE
*ft who have put it off to now, will th
is- have to pay dearly for it. The great re
strike in the mills of the north has W
h- been on for several weeks, and there is hit
r no prospects for an early resumption be
is - We call attention to the change of inj
k schedule of the Yazoo and Mississippi no
Valley Railroad. Mr. A. Q. Pearce, tht
s. who is the city passenger and ticket to
I. agent of this road, is ottne of the most tot
popular and accommodating gentle. Tb
a een in Vicksburg, who will take pleas- dri
Sure in giving all information to any she
die who desires to travel. ab<
* of I
r. "My baby was terribly sick with the the
de iarrhoea," says J. IH. i)oak, of Wil- fav
liams, Oregon. "We were unable to an
cure him with the doctor's assistance, tov
1, and as a last resort we tried Chamber.
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
, Remedy. I am happy to say it gave
1 immediate relief and a complete cure."
For sale by J. S. Gueuard, druggist. wil
e The contractors who are te put up the
the iron bridge across Tensae, arrived of
last week. No doubt work will be Mit
started on its erection Immediately.
- The bridge is very much needed, attd
a especially in a mouth or so when a bov
r great deal of cotton will be brought to the
town over the lake road and which pile
will have to be hauled over this bridge. taki
The fine stealner Natchez has taken ess
the place of the Belle of the Bends it seve
the Vcksburg aud Greenville trade Prie
until this boat can have her broke, Gu
shaft repaired. It will take perhaps
two or three week. before tte. Belle T
will re-enter her trade. Whllelaid up QI
she will have a general overhauling s Leo
as to be in first class condition for the pad
fall business. Wh
The School Board will soon be ealled shaf
together for the purpose of electing a thrc
principal for the Providence High log
School, in place of Prof. Robt. Roberts, at
who hlas declinted the position. Mr. Thi
W. 8. Brown ia an applicant for the siuc
position, who we learn has the support
of a large number of the parents of
the pupils. Mr. Brown Isa competent u
man, and can Ill the position admir. who
ably. _ _w
"Through the masouths of Jrne and red
July our baby was teethbint ad took borg
a rauning off of the bowels and sick-. dem
nesa of the stomach." says O. P. Holli. dealt
day, of Deming, Ind. "His bowels regu
would move from five to eight times a usifl
day. I hbad a bottle of Chamberlain's dells
ColIc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
iu the house and gave him four drops W
iu a teaspoonful of water and he got 84E1
better at one." . For sale at J. &. Goe. days
nard's drug. store. our
There seems to be a large amount of aa
irregularity all arosed In the astter of
the waerwork4 sad eleotric lighb
qp1esiou, and it would be better for
the towa eounel o. drop tht whole d
matt e tad ~alli her eletee. LA
Joetwsl the towsn ay £m4 Iitelf
als, hole mee eIhI mser.
ng a We had the pleasure of spending
,duc- last Thursday with our popular citi
New zen, Mr. Phil McGuire, in St. Louis,
chas- who has a fine string of horses at
Trade I)elmnar race track, a beautiful track
this and hbuildings only lately completed,
and. about twelve or fifteen miles front.
the city. Ilis horse, Irvin Mayer, isi
is ir considered one of the best and surest
,day. horses on the track and is improving
open in torn, daily. lie has two 3-year old
idles thoroughbreds, as pretty as one would
is a wish to look at. lie has had them it
is to training for the past three or four
weeks and hopes to have them in form
the to put on the track the coming week,
t the and he expects great work from them
City Warren Point, the racer, weighs about
heid 150 pounds more than when here and
r so Mr. Mc(Guire says hE is in good form.
I re. tlia winnings last mouth amounted to
considerable considering that be had
only two horses; but now he will have
n to four, which will increase his ohances a
der. great deal. Mr. McGuire looks in
day. excellent health and the exercise be
per. takes makes him look as fresh as his
the young 3-year old races. His many
tice. friends here wish him lots of success
n. in his undertaking.
d a Willis Turner, a colored man living
i of in town, had quite an experience with
and a large alligator on Saturday last. He
hat was out giging for buffalo, and always
Mr. carries his glun, and when near the
tral point of the Island he spied an alliga.
ish. tor. Turner let off both barrels of his
gun at him, striking him in the eyes,
which caused him to come near the
Ow bank. Turner then threw his gig into
the alligator, which struck him near
the back, breaking one prong of the
g I gig and his long pole. He got another
v ,sj gig and when the alligator appeared
o again he threw this gig into him,
which struck him in the soft flesh near t
go the fore shoulder. Turner threw the t
tie- gig at a distence of twenty feet. The
,.l alligator measured eight feet, and I
her when cut open the four hoofs of a
ttd large size pig and its bones, besides a
ds. buffalo fish weighing about eight
ra pounds, was found on the inside of his
alligatorship. 'Turner told us that he
had quite a time in getting him 'to
are shore. a
of Mr. Louis Waldaner, of the Wal
the dauer Co., cotton factors, commission ,
er- merchants and cotton buyers of
ulf Greenville, Miss., was in town last n
ire Friday and Saturday. This firm had
a cotton buyer here last fall and did an li
extensive business, and Mr. Waldauer a
ey informed us that he would have a first I
ies class man here about the middle of ,
mse September to purchase cotton, and k
Ii that he thought he would have a rep
at resentative here permanently. Mr.
as Waldauer is a popular gentleman and n
is his house is one of the best in the D
>n business. rs
Councilman Egelly at the last meet
of ing of the city council gave
pi notice that he would introduce at O
:e, the next meeting an ordinance
at to extend the fire limits of the
It town, which was an excellent move.
e. This ordinance should be carefully cc
a- drawn up and after being adopted It C,
y should be strictly enforced. No one to
should be llowed to put up any kind cu
of a house within the fire limits until
te they have received a permit; and no s
- favoritism bhould be shown. If such t
0 an ordinance is strictly enforced, the th
e, town will be muchly benefited. fo
' ICE CREAM. an
n The ladies of the Episcopal Church dii
will open their ice cream parlor at the hit
Opera House next Thursday evening, bo
p the 15th, at 7 o'clock. The patronage ha
d of the public is respectfully asked. we
a Mitchell's string band will be on hand. If I
j 'he laws of health require that the be
bowels move once eAbcb day and one of bri
the penalties for violating this law is ont
piles. Keep your bowels regular by dem
taking a dose of Chamberlaln's did
Stomach and Liver ,Tablete when nec. a
essary and you will never have that J. I
Ssevere punishment inflicled upon you.
Price, 26 cents. For sale by J. 8. 1
G uenard'e drug store. 4th
The Belle of the Bentde met with ec
quite a serious accident last week near b
Leots, which will cause this favorite Du
packet to lay up for a few weeks. frol
While straightenlng out in the river his
after making a landing, ape of her bus
I shafts broke and the boat had to go a
through to Vicksburg without mak- Eu
Ing a landing. The damage will ,e
amount to several bhunodred dollars. hay
This is the irest accident to the Belle whi
since she was built. as i
Ice was a scarce article in town last rai
Sunday, and there were a great many
who were deprived of this lunxury. It on
is a terrible thing to be short on ice r
when the mercury is up to the hund- fel
red al as it was on Sunday, Vicks- JUs
borg nor Grieenville can supply the tow
demand, and it was no fault of the ice $16
dealers tbhat they could not get their Oct
regular shipments. Vicksburg Is now an
using over two car loads of ake i o e
We regret to learn that Mrs. E. Ag
Stein has been quite sick.for several Cro
days. Mrs. Stein is one of the few of 260(
our old citisena who are now living, detu
and we hope that she will be sparsed for and
many year.. e
Mr. am Gerber, mon the corner of land
Lake and Levee streets, north side.has havt
made a very heaevy eat in all dry goods, act'
minenro , dress goods, boot and shoes, e
tand yea ern gt anything albt setore bo
below netlel est. Bo.
j*. Smwar. r tn x ,* 4o
Louisiana Itote VtUpv rsity,
The Louisiana State University 'at
Baton Rouge aismounee the opeiig
of the forty-.frse aunnal sesion OIt
September 18th, This ii One of the
o]Idte0 C~oges, k&,'teSoeth'et-. sad
it has educated many men of eminence,
who still take a deep interest in its
welfare. During its long history, it
baa passed tbrbugh many vicissitudes
and trials, 'butit has emerged fromn
- them all in such increase4 atreugh that
even the most carping critic can find
nothing to object to in its present con
dition and management. It now bas
facilities for instruction and courses of
.' study undreamed of in its earlier days.
It offers eight complete courses of
study, each designed to give.thorough
training along some special Illte, while
not neglecting the !arger claims of a
ding The Sugar Course,.the first and the
citi- best of its kind in this country, and
,ouis, the other Engineering courses, are an
es at nually sending out young men who
rack step into fine positions in Louisiana
eted, and other states.
rront. The Commercial Course, which was
ar, is established two years ago, has been
trest chosen by mlatny of the beat atudentts,
ving and seems to fill a long felt need: It
r old is a recognition of the fact that a col
ould lege education is as tnecessary to a
m itn young mant who intends to enter the
four oomnmercial life as to him who con
'orm templates entering one of the pro
'eek, ifeasions. This course covers a period
tent of tour years and includes, in addition
bout to a good.geueral education, a thor
and ough study of the existing commter
>rm. cial conditions, together with the
( to mastery of the various commercial
)ave At no other college can the boy who
es a expects to live in Louisiana secure
in better training for a useful and suc
rhe cessful career.
any Over thirty contributors help to
cess make the contents' of the midsummer
number ot The Ladies' Home Journal
even more varied and entertaining
ring than the best of the A ugust issues in
rith previous years. From Alice Barber
He Stephens's typical Atlantic City beach
'ays scene on the cover to Maria Parloa's
the timely article on "Keeping the ilouse
iga. Cool in the Dog-Days," every page
his makes its special appeal to readers
yes, who want something light or restful
the or amusing to enjoy in hot weather.
tto Besides three interesting articles on
ear "The Singing Village of Germany," by A
the Ida Shaper Iloxle; "The First White
her Baby Born in the Northwest," by WV.
red S. Harwood; and 'What Girl Life in
im, Italy Means," by Marchesa Theodoli,
ear there are three capital short stories in
the additionl to the current installmeut of G
rhe "Aileen"; a page of poems and short
utd articles "For the Summer Piazza." by
t a John Kendrick Bangs, Amelia E. Barr, 0
SaTonm Mason, Madeline S. Bridges, and
ght others; and no less than five full pages
his of ,pictures, includitig a double-page
he of superb views "In the Beautiful Eu
'to gadine Valley" and "Among the Swiss
and Italian Lakes," and a page of ex
quisite prize pictures. Among other
al- noteworthy features are the charming
ion song "When the Snnbeam Kissed
of the Lily," by Elenor Ecker and lier
set man Ecker; a sweet and touching
ad poem, "The Fresh-Air Child," by El
st liot Walker; an ingenious article on
er "Sea-Side 'Toys and How to Make
rat Them," by Meredith Nugent, and sea- il
Of sonable articles on ' I'he Picnic Ban
ad ket," by Mrs. Janet McKenzie Ilill;
tP- "Hot-Weather Menus," by Mrs. S. T.
r. Ilorer, and "A Child's Food in Sum
ad mer," by Elisabeth Robinson Scovil.
be Dress and department articles fill the
rest of the number. By The Curtis
t- Publishing Companty, Philadelphia.
ve One dollar a year; ten cents a copy.
at On sale at Guenard's book stand.
ce A MINISTER'S GOOD WORK.
e. "I had a severe attack of bilious
ly colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's I
t Colic, Cholera and Di)larrhoea Remedy,
to took two doses anttd was entirely
d cured," says Rev. A. AN. Power, of Em
i poria, Ka,. "My ineighbor across the
O street.was sick for over a week, bad
b two or tbree tbottles of medicine from
e the doctor. He neused them for three or
four days without relief, then called.in
another doctor who treated hitnm for T
some days and gave him no relief, so
h discharged him. I went over to see
,him the ntext morning. Hie said his
bowels were in a terrible fix, that they
Shad been runuing off so long that ii
.was almost bloody tflux. I asked him
Iif he had tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and D)iarrhoea Remedy tnd
e be said 'No.' I went home and th<
f brought'him my bottle and gave him
a one dose; told him to take another
' dose in fifteen or twentty minutes if he
a did not find relief, but he took no more
> and was entirely cured." For sale at
t J. S. Guenard's drug store.
Times-Democrat, Sunday, August
4th: "J. W. Duttn, sberiffand tax nol- J
lector of East Carroll parish, passed
Sthrough the city yesterday on route tel
home to Lake Providence,.La. Sberi -
SDunn came over yesterday morning
Sfrom Mississippi City, where he left G
bie family for the sumnmer. Urgent
business calls him to his post of du.ty.
"Referring to the crop prospects In l,
Easa Carroll, Mr. Dunn speaks most
eucouragiugly. The corn, cotton and erge
hay crops are good, especiai:y cotton, fresh
which promises fully as large a yield kltd
as in 1897, provided there is no more Qu
"Laks Providence. hesays, while not cotp
on a boom, is making substantial pro- dot't
greess, and its citizens and business muent stock
feel encouraged with the outlook. W,
Just uow there is being erecled in thet
town a new courthouse at a cost ofate
$16,500, which is to be sompleted in to be
October. Lu addition to this, and &s -Mo
an evidence of the people's faith itn Ma
the future of Lake Providence, a con- icon
tract has just been let for at arteslau
well, waterworks anti electriot lights.
A gentleman from New Orleans, C. H.
Crowley, a short time ago purchased
2600 acres of land near Lake Proli
deuce, uad ha stocked it with a thoua
and head of cattle, which he is satis- Edi
fled will prove a pro8ftable ianvest . C .
meet Becently fully 80,000 aere of "Thrr
land Io and aboat Lake Pr-vidence sf," i
have changed anuds, lndasting ao rum d
active martest lin real estate Thirty vigor
ve tloaned cre of thib land wris her a r
bought free theim Lfth ~tle. ej*e. Blaes
Baod by the Boward Coal BJslty ftesrl
Compaay 'df VITubhrg, 31 asi4 w*l,;
J. AesaQ l ~dtra ti:ein o h iPi*A ae, ire Is,
.:fS~ r ~ ~1lf I
there is one sort that il never
ol disappoint you in excellence of fabric,
has workmanshil and fit, and that sort is
or 'thle famous MONARCH Shirts, made
i by Cluett, Peabody & Co.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF THEIR GOODS
,d lored NegVligee, detachedl
an- cuffs, no collars, 1.oo to 1.5o
Lna Colored Negligee, :ttached
, cuffs, no collars, 1.oo to i.5o
Colored Negligee, attached
1' collars and cuffs, 1.oo
rtelite Neghgee, attached
Sthere iffs; no ollars 1.oo to 1.5never
Shite pleated bosomt, 1.ooand that so 1. 50is
ScuffNight Shirts 75no colar, 1.o to 1.oo
cuffs, no collarsry a cheaper line of
SShirts fnom 25cts to 75cts.5o
od W te pleateE OLD RELIABLE to 1.5
.- lPH=IIL"S SALOON, a
i. E 3or-UARTERS FOR
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars1.5o
ho We also carry a cheaper line of
SSchlitz Milwaukee ottle SeeT and Christian
. Moel'lin Keg Beer always on hanid.
."OLD FORSTER" A SPELIALTY. .
Phil J. MCuire & Co., Propridors.
Ice helivered free to any prad of Town
Patronage sohoited. Ouarantee pbomptneas.
Call us up over eithet 'Jho e.
THE JOS. L. FISCHER LUMBER COA,
LB.E. PI OVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber On
the shortest notice.
Tconiu-e and Grove Cyrress
Flooring and CI.eling.
Tanks of any siss made to orier "at N. 0. prious.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.,
i'iOffice in Hamley Block. .Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
GOING OFF FOR
We've a full liue of light-weigbt
serge clothing, cool negligee shirts, re.
freehing straw hats, and the proper
kind of underwear for you.
Quality is never sacriliced to meet
competing price quotations, and we
don't advertise what we haven't in
We think it foolishnesa to tell you
at eight o'clock, what you can prove
to be a false at nine ?
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt aties
WARNER & SEAIRLES CO.,
* Vicksburg, Miss.
Astounded the Editor.
Editor S. A. Brown, of lennettsville
S. C.. was once immensely surprised.
"Through long suffering front Dyspep.
sis," he writes, 'my wife wa greatly
run down. She bad no strength or
vigor and surfered great distress from
her stuomach, but site tried Electric
Biters which helped her at once, and,
after using four bottles, she is euntirely
well, an eMt anythiang. It' s a srad
teoil, and its gentle laxative qualities
are *pleadJi for torpid liver?' For
Ittdieeriou, Lese of A ppetit. 8tomush
aid Liver trouble. irk s p ttive, gear.
ssei s.ar.. Oaf Os at ueeeard's
SQ~.r gtae r Det
mf$ miapd for a
To Cattle Buyers and All Whom it
The undersigned have each a large
herd of cattle running in the swamps
situatd east of Mer Roune. The Dav
enport brand is the letters J D.
The Moss brand is º ("M` with bar
over it) Their cattle run in portions
of the parishesof Morehouse, Richland
and West Carroll. To protect them
selves against cattle thieves they Save
agreed that they will not sell to any one
who wiH not agree to ship from Mer
Rouge and from no other place, either
rail or river. Any one collecting or
driving cattle branded as above, and
not accompanied by one of the under
sined or by some one legally repre
senting them. will be criminally prose
cuted. To any one furnishing infor
mation leading to the prosecution and
conviction of parties stealing their cat
tle, the undersigned will pay a reward
of one hundred ($100) dollars. All
fetters and telegrams must be addressed
to the undersigned at Mer Rouge, La.
C. C. DAVEPORT,
PINM SWhBT MILK 25€ A
MRS. T. J. POWCILLA.L
The Crowley Signal aruly sye
tbere is plenty of work Is every tow,
every city for assoelatioun of bwasts
men. Towns are bnlt. They do set
grog. Any town, or eity, were tbhe
buslnees men are organlsed ad4 sative
I will be leressed is trade, It 'wealb
end I. prneperlty. Without oitgan
to. litute is ever done. When
noau rte behleve the town Io wbh
they live io worth hiving I ., t .ey
advert ise Ita, dvntages . ,a
is worth. ,
- DEALERS IN---*
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
"Prunl k .ar, "Talloass. Over' ShoCd.
SWo"E erptiing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage'
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Corner Lake and Levee Streets--North Side.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and:GEN T'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
Ai'I respectfully ask a share of the public -patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
Tug LAKs PaovIbENCE BA.NK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
Iood anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
---THE FOLLOWING RATES---.
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25o. and on up at rate of 2&c 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 applicatfon. There are alr
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial.
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
Re J. BURNEY. "111
Bernard Bu 1ding, Lake Stte, LakeProvidence, L.
- Dealer in------ -
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
2rveeth~Ls for laLhteo..
Elveorythi~ for Tentlelnen
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
1i 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 ourbest
to please you. Give us a call.
THE GUENARD DRUGO STORE,
S - J S. GU.IENP RD, efoRIroR
Leake :Utreet. ILak.e Providen3oo. L.a,
Drug. lediginet, bheminal, gatent J.Iedigine.
Gari*s a tall lifre of Pairtts, Oils, Ifarr2is4es,
Brbstlea,T ptlet ESaps, Perthinery, Books, Flre
Statioxerre md 1aeas.
Prescritiens Accirately Compounded.
Geo. +W. McKee,
he oi 3SRtelUable GC-rooery Ziarioae
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kiA~.. afF'a1Gy Fa4 ly GQr-,deriet
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
5large time ofdifferent grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the disoonat, therefore we. can sell for a small profit.
Louisiana State Uni
versity and Agricultu
ral and Mechanical
College, Baton Rouge,
I THOMAS F. BOYD, A. M. LL. D.
Strong faeulty, Iarge library, well
and experiment 8litions. Instruct
fitting young men tor sgcesa in any
Thirty bmldinget in mastbeautifol
Expenses:l kwahan at say other i
Write to t tary of the Univ
t & ' ,baud,
SeturnCE, a .
Both eldtpeoiks wles dr FeIL
Session opens Wednesday, Sep.
tember 18, and contines thirty-seven
Complete Literary and Scientific
Course of study. Special and grad.
sate courses. Full Commercial
Course. Oldest and best Sugar
Course in America. '
equipped laboratories, work-shops,
ion thorough, modern, practical,
institution offering equal advantages.
'erity for eatalogue containing full
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
Letter and B3illHeads.
P6eters. Our pricee
mod rs te