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WI isky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco,
STHE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS.
SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER
Whiaky received direct from the Distilleries.
NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE.
Saturday, October 12, 1901.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Meal Estate Agent,
tAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Ca, roll, West Carroll and Madison
.'arishee, and the State Supreme Court.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary
Public,. Court Stenographer and Fire
Ilurance Agent, is in my oflice.
Clifton F. Davis,
tLeal ETrsitato .A,t..
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISHEID A COMPLET
4ti-TIAT OF" Al. THYl LAND8 IN EAST
'.AttOl.l,. I A M PIt1,;'AREI) TO FURNISH
4I'lTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
STENOGRAPHERII AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Local and Parish News.
There should be no complaint of
The second month of fall is almost
halt gone already.
Unadulterated brass is what takes
some people through.
It will take fully two months yet to
complete the new courthouse.
There are more deer in the woods
than has been for many years.
The Catholic school has now about
twenty scholars in attendance.
Mr. Guenard is carrying a complete
stock of books by the leading authors.
The reliable Lebmann will supply
you with all kinds of fish and oysters
Captain R. N. Rea and Mr. E Stock
uer, of the Bend, spent Sunday in
The railroad talk seems to assure
the building of the Gould line along
the rive survey.
There will be services to-morrow at
the Catholic church, Methodist church
and Episcopal church.
When you want first classabuggies at
wholesale prices, see J. W. Pittman
lie is selling plenty of buggies.
The steamer Dewey got nearly a
hundred bales of cotton at our landings
for Memphis last Monday.
Dr. Pierce, who was here for a few
days last week winding up his affairs,
has decided to locate in Vicksburg.
We have had three weeks of first
class cotton picking weather and a
great amount of cotton has been gath
Good sidewalks Is what Providence
badly needs. No town the size of
I'rovidence has such wretched side
Three or four of our young men at
tended the dance at Mayersville on
Thbursday night, and report having
bad a pleasant time.
Only two more weeks to our hig
fair. Get a hustle-and work for its
success. If you d,,n't, it will be a
black eye to Providece.
ir; Jos. L Fischcr, had about twean- It
lv ihil, men to arrive frotm New ()r- l
leans last Friday, who are now at
work at his large saw mill.
No finer boat, nor more coml,etelt I
offiuers can be found than run the
Belle of the Bends. She is a home
boat, anrd with us all tihe ii me.
Ringlinig's circus shows I1, Green
tille ot tne 22nd, anttd Vicksburg on I
the 23rd, which no doubt will keep a
great many from atteniding our fair. .
Mrs John Root has purchased the
reesldence of Mr. F. H. Sctthueider We e
are glad to learn that Mrs. Root has
decided to make Providence her homrne.
Mr J. G. Pittman, who had his right 1
leg broken last week, is getting along
micely. It will be several weeks
though before he will be able to be
The street and bridlge committee
have started work on the roads to the
landings. A good ntove-antd while
you are at It, put them In first class
The Cumberland Telephone Co.
will rush their line on up the lake and
on to Grand Lake, Ark., as rapidly as
possible. This will be a great conven.
ience to our people.
We don't do eleventenths of the job
work, nor do we expect over 10,000
subscribers by next January; but we
do our share of job work and have a
"rget class subscription list.
Mr. Banks, representing the Metn
phil Cotton Company, left for Metil
Sphis on Monday. He is back again,'
ready to purchase from one bale of I
•otton to a thousaud bates.
If the assesetne t was placed ont
property according to the price asked
for vacant lots in and around Provl.
decae there would be more revenue to
both the town and -the parish.
Mr. L. Aecbafleuburg.of Henderson,
one of our promtnelnt citizens and
plansters, returned last week after
spendlong the past three mentha in
,G'ermany, the home of his birth.
Captain Ed. Nowled, the hueatling
,pre~etattve'of the steamers )elta
L-,towlaod, easpe up qi, ,qu Ip$!
y eveniag. tIe'r frcpa6peri
getbtlbas and has mnY friaends in
Mr. and Mrs C. S. Wyly, with their
sweet tiltle daughtter, returned fromt
Vicksburg I.a* 'rt(lday morniu I They
went down to meet li.s .Janmie FleIi
rning, who returned with them and is
now their guest at their pretty homne
on the like
The merchants of Providence are
showinlg file stocks of goods. Their
prices are more reasonable Ihan either
Vicksbnrgor Greenvilc. They handle
the same grade of goo(s, and can
afford to sell cheaper, for the reason
that their rents are not so high atnd
they-have not near the heavy expense.
Col. W. 11. lBenjain. Mr. Ilarhert
Benjamin, Mr. Breighaupt and lReV.
W. S. Slack, sou-In-law of Mr. Benja
min., came up frolm Homtneslead last
Sulnday. Mr. Slack conducted the
services at the Episcopal church. He is
an intelligent and bright youtlg man.
He delivered an excellent seruon to a
A new remedy for Itilliottenees is
now on sale at J. S. Guenard's drug
store. It is called Chagmbe.lain's
Stomtach and Liver Tablets It gives
quick relief and will prevent the at
tack if given as soon as the first indi
cation of the disease appears. Price,
.25 cents per boX. Samplcs free at
J. S Guenard's drug store.
A FIENDISH ATTACK.
An attack was lately made on C. F"
Collier of Cherokee, lows, that nearly
proved fatal. It camle through lie
kidneys. His back got so lone he
could not stoop without great pain,
nor sit in a chair except propped by
cushions No reniedy helped him un
til he tried Electric Bitters which
effected such a wotnderful cbncIie that
ii writes he feels like a new titan.
rtis marvelous medicine cures back
ache and kidney trouble, purifies the
blood and builds up your health.
Only 50c at G(uenard's drug store.
Rev. S. Kent, who is the pastor of
the Central Baptist church on Tl'ensas
raised -$100 in cash last Sunday for the
purpose of building a new church.
On thie same (lay at Henderson the
congregation of Offspring of David
Baptist church raised the sum of $25
for the same purpose. This speaks
well for the liberality of the colored
The weather for the past three
weeks has been 'all that could be dte.
sired for gathering the cotton crop.
We notice that there is very little top
crop to be gathered and little bottom
crop, the heavy rains of a few weeks
ago damaging it to a considerable ex
tent. There are a great many gins
throughout the parish that have not
raisen steam, but wilhdo so to the next
A person was heard to say a few days
ago that it would be a good thing
if the row of frante buildings
on Levee street would burn. If a fire
ever does occur among these buildings,
you will see some first class business
places go with them. The ''own
Coutncil shohld have the. flues tt
these frame buildings inspected, and it
found defective, make the owners put
them-in a good fir.
"For three days and nights I suffer.
ed agony untold frim an attack of
cholera morbus brought ont by eating
cuctumbers," says M- E. Lowter, clerk
of the district court,Centerville, Iowa.
"I thought I should serely die, and
tried a dozen different medicines but
all to nuo purpose. I seut for a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Ch6lera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses re
lieved me entirely." This remedy is
for sale by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
There is no telling the amount of
trade lost to Providence by not having
a steam ferry. It would pay the nier
chants and other businesse men to go
in together and establish one if they
badl to put up liberally to mnaintain it.
Messrs. Yanicey Hell and J C Martin
had the proFjct well under way atd it
was thought that these genilemet
w,uld have had the ferry by now,
hut for some reasou they absudoaed
The other day we overheard a
crowd of young ladies discussintg the
'.stag" supper the boys had at the
-Opera House last Wednesday eveninlg,
and the roasting they were receiving
was a cautlont. They are goiting to pay
the boys hack by havitg a big supper
'st an early date, and leave them-clear
out it the coldt, which seemsu to be the
right and the proper thing to do, see
uing that they were so imceremonious
ly placed int the shade. That is the
way to do young ladies
There are now fourteen plantatione
west of the saw mill in a high state of
cultivation. Ten years ago there was
ntot two. 'this Is the richest part of
East Carroll, and it will be only a few
more years when that whole country
will be in a high state of cultivation as
it was before the war. The valuation
of land iu that part of the country is
going higher daily aMt in a few years
it will be an impossibility to purchase
land at anyi figure. Labor seems to be
well satisfied out there and there is no
trouble for plantation owners to
secure all they want.
BTEYPPED INTO LIVE GOALS,
"When a child I burned my foot
frightftlly," writea, W. H. Eads, of
SJoonesville, Va, "whlhioeh caused horri
ble leg sores for 30 years, but Buck
len's Arnlica Salve wholly cured me
after everything else failed." lfalali
ble for Burns. Scalds. Cuts, Sores
SBruises and Piles. Sold by J. S. Gue
nard, druggist. Price 5c.
When you have no appetite, do iot
relish your food and feel dull after eat
ing you may know tIhat you need i
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tahtlets. Price, 26 aeunts. Sam
ples free at J. S Guttenard's drugstore.
.Our friend 'imm, White went to
j-Greenville last Saturday night, retrn
wstsr il cpt!.ai .islwllb Htiaet, tbese
trips seem nto be quite Irequeos, but
here's uek rto Ou eli the 1 eh.t
r We wimb to remind our ciiizens in
the town and pari-h, Ithat they lonlld
be "up and doing" to iake the 3rd
annual fair of the East Carroul Fair
g Association a sucee.*s. It takes un
, ceasing energy and the hardest kind of
work to usmale a thing of this kind a
success. The fair of last year was far
beyond the expectations of everyone,
r and i was far beyond anythiing that
Sn as thought could be done by our
citizens It was so much a success
I that right tben the plaus were started
i to make the 1901 fair far aurpses the
I lair of 1900 in every way, and it can
Sonly be, done by a united co-operation
of every one. The time is now onvy
two weeks off and we hope that every
thing will be done to tmake it what it
should be-a success in every way.
T'hoe who expect to place exhibits of
any kind at the fair should not wait
until the last moment, but take them
to the grounds so that they can be
tastefully and attractively arranged.
It Happened in a Drug Store.
"One tay last witter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
4of cough medicine that I did not have
in stock," says Mr. C. IR (randii, the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y.
,'She was disappointed at,, "(anted to
t know what cough preparation I could
recommienl. I said to her thm. icotuld
Riemedy and the' she could inke a bot
tle of the renieuy auta alter giving it a t
fair trial if abe did not find it worth
the money to bring back the bottle
and I would refund the price paid. I
itn the oourse of a day or two the lady t
came back in company witll a friend
ill need of a cough med:icine and ad- i
vised her to buy a bottle of Chamber- I
lain's Cough Retiedy. I consider that I
a very good recolimllltedation for the
remedy." For sale at J. S. Gueuard's I
Constable W. 11 Huuter, who had
his horse stolen three or four weeks
ago, had the good luck to fiud him
across the river on Saturday, where
the thief had taken him. Mr. C. H. I
Crowley owner of Bellaggio stock i
farm, whom Ihuuter bought the horse
front, was on his way to catch the train
on the other side of the river, and pass- ,
iug near the levee saw a horse that re
sembled Hunter's horse so closely that
he wrote to Mr. J. W. Dunn about it, I
and Ilunter went over to investigate, I
which proved to be his horse. It is
said that there is a regular trafflr, go
ing on inl stealing horses and mules.
The stock' stolen in East Carroll are I
taken to Issaqtena county and vice
versa. We hope that the thieves will
be run down and when caught, given
t the severest punishment.
FINE BAKER AND FINE BREAD
I respectfully notify the citizens of
Providence that I have secured the ser
vices of a first class baker, and now
keep a fine quality of bread, cakes and
confections always on hand.
Bread delivered to any part of town.
J. W. COOKE.
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of the steamer
Dewey inl another column. Mr. Lee
Cummins who is a popular gentleman,
is captain, while his father has charge
of the office, atsisted by Mr. Wm
Bales The Dewey is a large and i
magtnifcent aidewheel boat and her
cabin and staterooms cannot be ex
celled by any boat on the river. This
boat has a fine string band on board, I
and everything will be done for the t
pleasure and convenience of those who
travel on her. The rate to Memphis is
$5.00, and to either Greenville or
Vicksburg $1.50, which Is cheap travel
GEO. H. HALLIT,
L. WHILD)AUER & CO..
of Greenville, Miss.
DON'r SELL YOUR COTTON UNTIL
YOU SEE HE.
OFFICE at J. W. Pittman's Store.
Mr. Will Suoddy of the Bend, re
turned last week from a trip of several
weeks in the north, looking in excel
Ilent health. While away ite visited
,Louisville. Chicago and Bufialo. In
Louisville be saw Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Willianms and family, and Chicago, Dr.
James Montgnmrery, wife and family.
Mr. Snolddy told us that both Mr. Wil
liason and Dr. Montgomery are getting
along nicely, and that Dr. Monulgom
ery and family would spend part of
the winter in his old home in East
Rev. Mr. Bberg left on ''Tuesday for
New Orleans, where he will remain
during this month. Before returning
he will receive his ordination as a mIn.
ister. T'he love of his congregation
and friends go with him.
Privileges to Let.
The undereigned will receive bids up to
12 o'clock noon. Oct. 1I. 1101. for the tol
I lowing priviliges at the fair grounds dur
ing the three days of the lair:
Lunch stand for colored people,
Lunch stand for white people.
The rightli reserved to reject any and
all bids. F. H. SCHNEIDER.
Sect'y East Carroll Fair Association.
Captain Nowlanid has now two
boats, the Delta and the Nowlanod, in
the Memphis and Vicksburg trade
The Delta leaves Memphis on Wednee
day and the Nowland on Saturday.
We are requested to aunounce that
Rev.- Jas. E. Riddle, of Oak Grove,
West Carroll parish, will conduct
divine services to-morrow at the pub
lic acebool bouse on the Boule place.
For spratins, swellings and lameness
there Is nothing so good as Cbhamber
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For sale at
Gneard's drog etore.
I Mr. and Mrazs.J. I. Cooper arirrived
Syesterday on te Belle. We wish the!
Captain and his bride leg gear ofI
._ properity and happiness. '
BURIED ARIVE !
O t. 22, 23, 24
SIDE SHOW ATIRACTIONS.
NO SKIN GAMES NOR GAMBLING
COME AND HAVE A GOOD
The Gould survey party are now
only a short way above town, having
reached the parish line on Monday
This party has been out from Trippe,
Ark., for several weeks, and it is grati.
tying news to the citizeus of our parish
to learn that the front line Is being
taken Dy the party, instructions being
to follow the rive route by Mr. Gould,
which will cause it to come almost to
the edge of the corporate limits
of the town of Providence. The
engineering corps have been instruct
ed to rush their work as rapid;y
as possible. We learn from reliable
sources that the engineers are sending
in reports to the main office on every
five miles of the road as to its cost com
pleted-all ready for the rails, which
indicates that there will be as little
delay as possible. It is said that it is
the intention of the Gould's to rush
the road to completion, and by next
fall have it completed. No doubt the
reason of this move on the part of the
Goulds is to take advantage of the law
exetnpting all railroads from taxation
for a term of ten years that are com
pleted within a given time, and which
law expires in little less than two
years. From the way things look and
the talk. of the engineers there is no
doubt the road will be built immedi.
ately. When the real work does start,
both the town and parish will be on a
boom. which means more people, more
houses and more business
The barber cuts the wool from your
head, but '[HE FA.MOUS puts the wool
on your back and pulls the wool over
Everything "all wool" at THE
Woolen Shirt Waists.
Woolen Dress Patterus.
Woolen 14 Karet Jewelry.
All Wool O. P. Hamilton.
All Wool S B. Kennedj.
Everything all wool and ayard wide
at THE FAMOUS, except a piece of cot
ton rope that Czolgosz was hung
witb. If you have a dollar with wool
on it, come right over the way, walk
right In, and you will never see that
dollar again. Good morning I
Delta Cotton Company
Will buy cotton this season in Lake
Providence and at river landings on
either side, above and below. All com
munications by mail or telephone
Their agent. Mr. R. A. Banks, invites
all planters to call or write him before
disposing of their cotton.
Office at the Lake Providence Bank -
We accepted an invitation from Con- a
gressman Ranausdel lst Friday evening b
to ride out with him to bis "Olive
dale" plantation, the first time that we
hasve been '"down the havou" in two ti
or three yeare. Mr. Ranadell purchas- '
ed the Lakeview plantation a
Jew yeags ago, and also the Frelson il
track, wilich he has thrown into one a
place, making it a plantation of seven. '
teen hundred acres. lie will soon
have it cleared clear through to Win- a
terfield, whtih will make a large open t
country. Mr. Ranedell has greatly r
improved the place, with a large mod- c
ern gin of the Monger system, a nice
residentce, two very large barns ad a
stables, blacksmith shop, large store- I
room, antd other buildings for storage
of plows, gear and wagons. He has f
now under contract the erection of v
eight double cabinus. The Congress- r
man has a finue place, and in a few
years it will be a model plantatiou. C
The place is under the able manage- t
ment of Mr. Hugh Montgomery.
Hen. Phil McGuire, President of I
the East Carroll Fair Association, '
who has been in St. Louis all the
summer with his string of eight race
horses, will send three of his best
racers here for our fair. Warren
Point, Irving Meyor and Flying
Eagle-every one of these horses,
have won several races at Delmar
race track. Mr. Brown, the trainer
for Mr. McGuire, will be in charge
of the horses. This is a heavy ex- A
pense to Mr. McGuire; but he does
not care for the expense--he desires
to see the fair made saeaccess, andis -
sending his fine racers here for that
purpose. It looks like that we will a
have at least twenty or more horses 3
om the track.
When you canuot sleep for eoagh
leg, it is hardly necessary that any one
bshoald tell you that you need a few
doses of Chambeslain's Cough Remedy
t allay the Irritation of the threst,
and make eleep possible. It Is good:
Try it.. For sale by J. S. Guenard,
TWO GREAT SHOES
M EN and YOUTJ1'S.
WEAR is the most es
sential thing in shoes.
STYLE is another im
portant feature which
you must consider when
COMFORT is the third
important point which
must be taken into con
All of these tualitics
you get in the
RIGEUR, at $3.50,
AMIGO. at $3.00.
We have them in the
different leathers --- e ap
and plain toe--single
and double sole.
Better fix the names in
your mind. You will
think them good when
you know the shoes.
EVERY PAIR GUARA N TEED
YOUR MONEY BACK IF
T/E= OLD RELIABLE
SHEA QUARTERS FOR
SFine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
S chlitz ilwakooee Bottle Beer and Christian
Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
SI "OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY..
-A N D-
ice Delivered free to any part of Town
Patronage sohlited. OGuarantee pTomptness.
THE JOS. 1. FISCHER LUMBER 'CO.,
LAKE P QOVIDENOE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
Tongoe and G-rove COypreu
Flooring i and . 1eiliXng.
Tanks of any size made to order at N. 0. prices.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
MiiPOffice in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
On Wednesday:evening we had quite
a pleasant call and chat with Capt. Ed.
Nowland, the business man and bustler
for his line of boats, the steamers
Delta and Lucile Nowland. The Cap
tain is making an overland trip on
both sides of the river from Vicksburg
to Arkansas city, and was in our par
ish for three or four days. Speaking
of his line of boats, he said that he
would keep both in the trade during
the fall and winter, and will give even
a better service than in the past. Cap
tain Nowland said that his freight
rates in the past were just as cheap as
could be without running his boat at a
lose, but that he was ready to meet
any cut in rates, and seeing that be has
kept his boat in the trade during the
nsummer, he should be given the pre
ference of any rate. lie said that
whenever the rates were cut be was
ready to go under the cut. Capt.
Nowland wishes us to say that if any
one isadissatisfied or thinks they have
been overcharged on freight rates to
write him at Memphis and he will see
that it is made right. Captain Now.
land expects to make a big excursion to
our fair, and informed us that prob
ably a dozen-or more of the prominent
business men of Memphis would be of
The Nowland will arrive at Provi.
deuce Monday evening, and in all prob
ability will lay over until Wednesday
evening, givingexcursionists two days
to attend the fair.
A.. Warner &. Searles Suit
Has a faculty that few others possess
-that of pleasing tohb young and old.
For in addition to the stylish cut
and new fabrics so attractivo to the
young men, there are the more solid
points df good work, good trimmings
and good cloth that make it true
ecoanomy to have one.
Money back if not swited.
Mail ordenr receive prodlpt attes
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
FINE DRESS GOODS
5, 10. 15 and 20ct counter where
many useful article can be found
worth doub!e the money.
MX-PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 1
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
VICKSBUG(;. - MISS.
CItDER NELW MRNIAfkMMT 'T
H. A. BOND,
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. The services of A
first class Steward has been seeured
and the table will-be kept up to the
Mi-Patronage solicited and satie
T. F. MOsT;oOXaPr, P. H. LOSG.
CIVIL ENGINEE.RS AND
Lake Providence, La.
Land hues and corners located and guar
anteed., Deecriptions of land cad giatser
furnltlidd. Levels and profiles for dratnage,
EZJmates for embankments. ditbltng.
bridge buniding cpd pub!lc liproVpgmeqta
of all kinds. ,ewerag# of towne a spealty.
Railroad and all engineering worc rmon(pt.
ly executed Re-s-rveys of old towas and
Imaps of same adjusted. Timber expert-
m mumm noenm mu jlL , l '""" ' ---- " ---= 'P
bAM GALANTY FILED. (GALANTT
S. Oalant Bro.,
- DEaLERS IN
Dr.y Goods, Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Trujnls, TTalices. Over Shoosr .
ISlEverpthing 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, Hatand
LADIES' and:GEIN T'S Furnis
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
8lP I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guarantteeto
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
TnHE 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.
-- TIIE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5,00 .05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $6,0. ISe $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25e per $100.
If a-Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fillout application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
R. J. BURNEY.
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe, La.
- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Everything for Isadcies.
verytahin g for Q-entlem on
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
air8We are here to stay, .nd by fair and honest dealing, we hope ,to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, aellttI do our beat
to please you. Give us a call. .
ThE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
'.. J S. GIUE:NARD, PROPRIaTonR
Ijmal.e Street. Lake Provclienoe. I L.
rufugg, Jediaine$, Chemigal, fatent Jedigine.
(arries a full lire of Paints, Oils, Ifarrnisles,
Brshe2s, TPoliet soaps, Pertn-Lery, BI3ooks, Vi.e
Statiorery aid G(lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Re1eiiable O-rooery ElColue
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kieids FaFa1oy Farilv Gi~0 eies
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for case
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Louisiana State Uni
Dersity and Agricultu
ral and Mechanical
College, Baton Rouge,
FHOMAS F. BOYD, A. M. LL. D.
Strong faculty, large library, well
and experiment stations. Instrac
itting young men tor success in any
Thirty bnlidings in meet beautifu
Expenses lower than at any other
Write to the Secretary of the Uni
Drg. Bernard & Artaud,
P--I .IAS AID SURSEONS,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Teleposes in offices and resi
Dr. Frank E. Artaud, late Suargeor
Major U. S. A.. ba returned an,
formed a partnerpldp witg Dr. F. R
All calls will be answered promptly
day or night, by eithe: of uor.
Session opens Wednesday, Sep
tember 18, and continos thirty-seven
Complete Literary and %cientific
Course of study. Special and grad
nate courses. Full Commercial
Course. Oldest and best Sugar
Course in America.
equipped laboratories, work-shops,
ion thorough, modern, practical,
in titution offerin equal advantages.
rersity for catalogue containing full
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
Letter and BillHeads.
lsers. Our prltcs
are moderate. L S.