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W A - R! .....
On Bad Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Thle only plae: ihn Town where First Class G(oods can be found iý at
....LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE......
Our Goods are Al1 and First Class, and we or9 buy direct from
First [lands and First Dealers.
Orders taken for FISH, OYSTERS, VEGETACES Oc
Saturday, November 23, 1901,
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Re-al" l'st te t Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
Will i)ractiev in the Courts of East
(':rroll,l W*'' Carrell and Madison
l'ariIhes, anid the tLate Suprieme Court.
iJOHIIN A. MONT(GO)MERY, Notary
'utbli,, Curt Stenographer and Fire
Sllsurall(c A gnt. 1I ii n my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
]Lteal 3Xlsetate Aet.,
Lake Providence, La.
HIAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLF.T
4 THACT OF ALL iHE LANDS IN EA81
CAIIItOLL. I AM PREI'PARED TO FURNISH
4IISTACTS OF TITLES ON SHoRT NOTICE,
S E. WAYLES BROWNE,
fSTENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
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Local and Parish News.
f Lehmann sells oysters at 15ets a
'The landing keepers are now kept y,
The stores are fast filling up with is
holiday good w
The Belle of the Bends made only
one trip last week.
l)on't get in tears buddle. We r,
know its rather "ruff." il
There is a great amount of cotton in do
the fields yet to be picked. Sa
The Lake Providence Bank is a safe It
place to keep your money. fro
Several of the second warders were
up to the show last Friday night.
The failure of our morning mails to tpo
arrive causes a great deal of kicking. met
Mrs W. Lehmann and mother left con
Wednesday on the Belle for Vicks- Mo
Mrs. Gertrude Schrock was burned pou
to death on Saturday night last in
West Carrot T
A meeting of the Police Jury will be peol
held on Wednesday next, the 27th day rivc
The shed in front of Mtriah Conn's stor
restaurant is in a bad condition and coot
should be repaired. and
Work is going on slowly at the new
court house building. It will take uu- M
t11 January to complete it. for I
Several hundred bales of cotton still some
remain at both landings waiting trans- Loui
/portation to New Orleans.
The weather took a change during ad
Sunday night and no cotton picking hr t
was done Monday and Tuesday. brool
The big dredge above town is work. the ci
ing away at the sand bar. It will take
some time before it disappears. Mr
The big crowd of hunters who spent St. L,
a week in the swamps on a deer chase, kids
returned to town on Wednesday. urda3
There is more complaint beard stock
about those telephone poles in the and j
road along the lake and Old river. up-to.
Deputy sLerif Hunuter placed ill jail atgd
on balurday a colred ma.i, said to be and s
a cow thilef from Coucordia pariab.
Cooke countilues to make first class Th
bread and all kinds of fancy cakes. plyi
He delivers bread to all customer. il,
The public school must be runnoing side w
along uinoothly. We do not hear any feet, a
comlplaints as was the case last session. a low
II took the Lucile Nowland eleven She is
or twelve days to make the round trip can ast
to Memphis. All on account of roos- muders
ters. this be
To keep from slipping in the mad will so
at Franklitn' store corner, a person regulai
has to grab the poet. It Is a nloeside- up ag
Mrs Jos. E. Ransdell went down to
Vickaburg on the Delts last Friday "I ,
remainiung there to come back on the Choleri
Belle. fnd it
We publish in another column aMr. E. I
clipping from the New York Evenings curd
Post on the Gould north and south always
Several of the best colored men in curse w
the town anid parish are organizing a seere c
Maseonic lodge and will soon have it In where.
working order. r
If we can escape high water next
spring, and bave no fight to make, it Before
will do much good in helping our have to
town and parish. that's w
We ean hardly realise how fast the and coni
,ear is trotting to the winding up sirable b
post. The New Year will be upon us E J.
before we know it.
T'here was no services held at the
3fethodist church last Sunday evening We at
on acoemol of the indisposition of the yountg fr
Zniuister, Rev. Mr. Deason. confied
Mrs. J. S. Milllitkiu and Mrs. C. . erysipela
]3rock, after spending several darys The cit
pleasantly at the Carroll Hotel, Vikes- big meeti
burg, bare returned home. Gould. to
Monday was a disagreeable day, but ties on t,
it did not keep the oouuntry people pleted.
rom coming to town. The stores did
* good business durUIng the whole day.
SRemoember that it takes the payment IFor
of your poll tax to vote, and unless it family an
s paid before the last day of the pree- Hamily, I
ut year you deprive yourself of that others, tb
The steamer Dewey has pulled out ud yearrs
f the Memphis and Vicksburg trade,
fter making about three trips. Capt.
ummions says that be bhad to quit for It starts
e present on account of the extreme ing, and fr
'RAIT We have good prpl'.rtibc bith in the
town aind in th,' cont ry. We have
hi- h-priced 'tild low- ptriced tras.
3. 1901,are wll inip, ,vel ,i ; r.., . , are.
S riot itprved at all If we, k nwr whlat
y3o. u waiitnt i.-.t, \% (f co uild tl]l you
11 about tire best Valure we have to otler.
e , E. J. HA11I.LY IEA, ES'ATE
.W Last Sirnday ihe xau rrier Now land
took err over two hulrilred bales ofc'OI
ton for .lelrphi. lost of it was
.1it i)oulight h Mr lianks, the cotton buier
for the lI)l's t(o ori(,i i ulpa1iy of ital
LA, city, who is located here for the sea
SI)uriung last week no miorning mail
s of ast was receiven at this pot office oln ic
Mtadiii count of the train being behind tiirie. I I
mneCourt II atarted in the sarne way again oni
Monda) morning of this week. It is rf
Notary a great inconivenience to business eo
and Fire men.
Mayor Franklin had two women be.
fore him on Monuday for Satnrday c
night fighting. loib were lied.
Bio The Mayor don't know anythlig else
but $10 and costs. As ii is cotton la
w picking timle they generally have the ti:
where-with to put up. fo
'The shed in tront of ilre Charity P
& Hospital plroperly on Levee street is co:
ruining the sidewalk. If we have
flucli a thing at a street anld bridge
MPLET cornnittee, alid they think thalt thater
IN EASi streer is still within the corporate pre
FrRNISH liimits, they ,night give it some alten. tai
NOTICF., toi. So
When you feel that life is hardly I
worth the candle takea dose of Chaun
berlaint'. Siltorlach and Liver Tablets. W
UBLIC. They will clealle youtr stoliach, tone
ip you liver anid regulate your bowels4
- rsaking you feel like a niew Lian. For E.
sale by J. S. G;ueiardl' druggist.
Miss Adaline, the younigest daugh. T
ter of Mr. anid Mrs. John Williams, has N
Sa been very sick with typhoid fever. N
Last Sunday was the first time that the larg
w kept young lady was able to sit uip in five allhe
weeks. We are glad to know that she
p with is now convalescing and will soon be exfor
well again. for I
de only it h,
The steatrier Valley Queen, loaded then
with cotton, grounded on the bar in samt
e. We front of town and remained there un- it.
til one of the government boats came boat
tton in down from the reach above town on clain
Saturday evening and pulled her off. for
a safe It Is danigerously shallow along the imet
front for boats. teans
It is a downright shatme for the freig
postmaster at Vicksburg to continue mett
ils to to send heavy bags of public douu
cking. meits by the star route, when they As
r left could be easily sent by boat. Last there
(icks- Monday the ferryman had to carry than f
from the river fully three hundred e ca
trned pounds up to the post office. owner
The town merchants are now get. E.
lting a good trade from the colored
illbe people living on the other side of the
day river. Providence can't be beat nlu We
prices and the fine grade of goods our iron p
onn's stores handle. This is the place to about
and come to get the worth of your money others
and where you will be treated right trot co
new arnd th
eu- Mrs. T. J. Powell fl Wednesday four i
for New Orleans, where she will spend iron pi
still sometime with her sister, Mrs. M. pieces
Louise Graham. Mrs. Powell has paintei
been quite sick for the past few weeks, able.
and the many frienrds of this estiniable to this
ring lady hope that the change will restore tors ch
king tier to good health. Mrs. F. R. Ioll
brook also returned to her home in Mr. I
ork. the city. day fo
Mr. Sam Garber, who has been in stalillg
pent St. Louis purchasing the latest in all ly ill.
ase, kinds of fine goods returned last Sat- on his
urday. Mr. Garher bought a large better,
Lard stock and you can find his store packed
the and jainmed with everything, that is Than
up-to-date and first class. Mr. Garher is are tl n
a good citizen aud a reliable mercbant, membet
andl at is doing a good business. Call marti'r
e and see his'large stock. nacker
ass The eteamer Lawrence, the boat W. N
es. plying between Providence and Green-i Tailors,
ville, is a trim little craft, nice cabin, ,rtler
ing side wheels, steel bull, but draws five Your or
my feet, which is very niucb against her at in his at
o. a low stage of water, as it Is now. of rot Ii
en She is a regular sea-going boat, arid
Ip can stand any kind of weather. We A tnal
u. understand Mr. Ward, the owner of about "
this boat has alight dlraft boat. that he thire Riv
ad will soon put in her place. The ir- tlemen o
on regularity of other boats shbould build laiided
le- up a good trade for this boat in light evening.
freight anrd passenger traffic.
"I have neused Chamberlain's Colic, Star-Aul
SCholera aud D)iarrboes Remedy and r y
find it to be a great medicine," says arideany
Mr. E. S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It 1o law.
cured me of bloody flux. I cannot Mrs A
g speak too highly of it." This reniedy ery, c,
L always wiun the good opinion, if nor o Mliss C
praise, of those who use it. The quick and daug
Scures which it effects even in the miOSt! their old
severe cases make it a favorite every.
I where. For sale at J. 8. Guernard'5 Yes, ti
drag store, only the t
it Before you build a house you'll sheriff aSr
r have to get a lot to build it on-aid with the
that's where we'll help you. Come
Sand consult us over our long list of de- The kil
sirable builiing lots in tine locations. "Kit" Car
E. J. tiAMLEY REAL ES'T'ATE week by
AGENCY Judge F :
-------------- . lah to foloh
We are sorry to learn that our
Syoung frieud Willie Moore has been The bri
confined to hise home on account of Little reni
erysipelas in one of his feet. safe coi
- heavy haul
The citieus of Heleua, Ark., beld a and it sbot
big meeting last week to induce the
Goulds to give them first class facii. I Chimbel
lies on the new road when it is a blee cI
pletd. com. arlid headate
CARD OF THANK8 S. Guenrarri
For a nice piece of venison my The new
family andt I'desire to thank Messrs post office .
Hamily, Dunnuu, Ransdell, Guenard and looks uice a
other,, the boss hunters of East Car. The co
Irol. May you geolleameulive a thous. wr
tad years and relapse. ward signo
B.F. CRABTREE. space. It o
It started in rainrig yesterday morn- Mr. Rever
ing, and from the way it looks, coton est, looking
pickihg wilt be stopped for sometime. itowo Moli
boith in the
We h:< i.
e to oteir. 1i
ii, of hoi le
ei it Ws a .
ttoil burer t r l- L_
try of thab t compr .-se _..me .f.h.es
cr the sea- li in
in ,g ,[ail REAt ESTATE
ainl thime. Is what the endersigned are aways
k. again on rea to gale you. If you are inter- b
hk. Ity ireay toge yo o
business ested, call and see us and we will it
ssuppllyyour needs. Our listed Real It
omen be. iEstate comprises some of the beat o A
Saturday cotton lands in the State--a few la
"e filed. plantations and some choice timber
hlng else .."
a cotton lands. We also have houses andTo
bave tbe ]inds to lease. Personal attention h,
~biven to all inquiries. We list any ha
Charily property that you hlave for sale at no pe
costree t to u , anl we are coustasitly lI'T
oe have lsnkint Real Estate deals. All let- mi
hat. lthal ters alddlressed to us are answered I'P
orporate promnltly. In fact, we remnove mouT - I
US alien- twins in the Real Estate line.
So Ceal ulpon us early if oil cian;
i hardly If you can't, you can call upon tis To
f Cha i- late. wo
ablets. When, yolt call you or any other man, stoi
h, tole i Yoiull he sure to finld e us selling'Real 'r
bowels Estate. sty
it. For E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE mnei
daugh- Twoweek F
tI a , Two weeks ago the (Chalnette left
fever. New Orleans for up the river with a
that thelarg freight for the Bends, and to get bion
ahin e ead of some other boat put her
hat he freight off at Vicksburg on the 1Oth,
loon be exlecting some other boat to take It
for points up the river from there, but T
it haa renained in Vicksburg since bui
loaded then, although the ValleyQuee of the on
bar in same line canme up last eek without pare
ere un- it. It seems a hard matter to get with
cate boats to handle reshipped freight, Chai
wn on claiming that there is rno money in it rubl
er off. for them. The officers of the Chal- e.r c
ig the metre are to blame anid the Nw Or- shou
eains merchants will feel the effects of tect
it. Sinice the above was written thJ ii
ar the freight was brought up by the Chal. and
itinue mette Wednesday night. equal
docu- Ask the man who owns his farm if
Last there isn't more gratification in that h
than anything else. Then ask us hbw Cond
udred we can help you to become a property
owner. It's a simple plan. Elasier ears
than paying rent. iug tt
Sget. E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE is jtisr
lored AGENCY. to-dal
f the an in
at In We are informed that one of the ment
tour iron piers of the new T'eulss bridge is or
e to about three inches shorter than the ir t
oney others. T'hati is, the iron cason does siff i
ght not conie up even with the other piers, inen
and that it has been built up about
'sday four inches with concrete above the Judge
end iro pier, which the heavy iron cross hot fo
M. pieces rest oi, slid the part built np is
has painted black, so as tnot to be notice
neks. able. The Police Jury should look in- get drt
able to this matter and make the conarac. AU
rtore tors change it if it is necessary.
lol- -------------- The
in Mr. Phil J. Mc(uire left last Mon. at The
day for his home in New Albany, l'he
Indfiatfa. i response to a telegram [he Fa
n inlrtaling tiat hois father was dangerous. Lake I
Sallly ill. Pnil's nany friends hope that gram
Sat- on his arrival he found his father Devil a
irge better, week ti
Ske8 Thanksgiving oni the 28th, and yout irt n
ers are bontnd to have a big dinner. Re- A br
mebtr what you can get at Leh-- t
S matnn's for this occasion, Spanish tween
nmackerel, redl snapper, oysters, celery, frost Li
lettuca e and all kintes of vegetgbles. ihu
'oat W. N. Wliite, igent for the Royal At th
'et- Tailorsn, has rerived another large artic e
im,, r'ftler ex cpltion for his custoer. s skier
Bve Your order oani nrasure is taket right A t
W. ofnot takiig them if they do not fit anrus
We A raoniitinu large buck, weighing In fac
of about 230 poirtriit, was presented Iosout
he the River Cimniisions by some gen- real ari
ir- ulemen of onr town when their boat eagle Is
hid landed at ProvideUce last Thursday hier.
hbt evening. E. Pit
I Tarati oful
tMr. J. W. Crumrp has "posted" his
SStar-A linigton, or .lunar lamnAtion, F
1 and aly one caught huuting on bthi been onh
Sproperlty will be prosecuted accordig d dun
ito law. See notice in atnother colun.
t Mrs. A. 'I. Hafford has sold her prop- brand.
erty, corhier Second asid Hood streets, and if it
t o Miss Carrie Jacksou. Mrs. elaffordI soon os
and daughters will move to St. Louis, Igood se
Stheir old hohin, bu tiot uatil spriug. smokiag
Yes, the Baner-llenocrat has not ie this ci
only the plap of Ihe parish, but it has ati establi
the good will ard sutpport of the 8aboroso.
IIs herif artdi every lawy-e at the bar, atother
Skwith the exception of oue. Soboroso,
The killing of the deputy sheriff firms.
. Kit" ('arson, of Mardison parish, last
week by a bridge foreman, caused Congret
Judge F X. Rasitlell to go to Tallu. turned fr,
lIb to hoo l in exdamination, eveniug.
S The brihlge crlsi, g the bayou at ords o
safe condition. A large anlount of Friday. -
heavy h-aiuling is done over this bridge, dressed thi
and it should be repaired, formed os
and much i
Chamberlaini's Stouiach • and -Liver
Tablets cture billionsness, constipation A specil
atid headlsche. T'hey are easy to take Council ws
atail pleasanti in effect. For sale at J. day evenit
S. Guenaril's drug store. works quem
The new troet for the interior of the
post office arrived Wetdneeday, and It You can
looks nice and llltrsclive. loading you
The comnntaliicstiou frim the second people we l
ward sigoe,it 'Nous Verron.," was help them.
crowded opt this week forthe want of K. J. R
space. It will appear nezt week.
Mtr. Be~rrl-' HnRner'- -"o- Po-t. COAL.
est, looking in e~emieul eit4 L bs aa inl
This was the number of deer killed
by the hunting pprty who were out
only four days down on Joe's Bayou.
those comprising the party were
(?or'repra,an Jo.e E Ranade,ll, Judge,
F. X Ratodell. .herifl J. W\. Dunn, Mr.
1at E. J Itamnl.., Mr. J. . (;ueeard. and
their guest. ('apt. Chas Potter, U. S.
A. ('apt. Milcllner. Mr. Jap Wilkins,
\tr. Geo. Mitchner and Mr. J. 1). Her
ring of West Carroll, M1Ir. B. V. Lilly,
t "£rOm lthe great bear hunt3r, and Mr. Blauton,
Ir were also of the party.
They left Providence last Friday
evening, returniog Wednesday eve,
ing, after one of the mtost successful
hunts ever bad by a crowd of sports
men. They had line dogs and fine
sport during the four days that they
® were out, and of course there were
Isome pretty good tales brought in on
Iottine of the crowdl as well as deer.
The Coigretiman tl]!s a good one on
" himself, atd if he hadn't forgot to
i put shtlls ini his gtun he is certain be
S wolhi have kiiled a deer.
Eleven, of the deer ,ere bIrought to
town, aniont them three or foulr bucks,
with manificent large horns, weighing
nearily 250 poundts. Mr. Michner took
the blue ribbon, killing live of the
S l'he pjri-h has been infested for
" . e\veral molr!ths with a half a 4dzeu or
S moire aten seilling some kind of patent
medicines to tile colored people Two
or three were here during the nsummer
taking orders and when ant order
would be given them they would
cause the ignorant tegroes to sign an
re always agreement to pay themni so much on
delivery of the medicine, which was to
are inter- be made in the fall, and these ment are
we will here now for that purpose. We are
sted Real told that they collect as high as eight
the best and tent dollars from some colored peo
ple. It is strange that there is not a
-a few law against such things as these,
e timber which we are informed there Is not.
ies and he attention of our member of the
S Legislature will be called to it, and we
attention hope that be will be instrumental in
list anyu having a law passed making it a heavy
ale at no penalty for the sale of these worthless
Itatent tmedicines to Ignorant people.
ustatltly There is no telling the amount of
All let- mtoney that will be taken out of the
nswered Iparish by these metn.
it Is Now Time
; To talk OVEIRCOATS.
ipon us To those who will teed a new one we
would suggest an inspection of our
Ter man, stock.
ing Real Trimmed and cut in the very latest
st5lea. We are showing a fine assort
STATE tnett of the best fabrics.
Prices front $13 50 to $37.50.
Full stocks in all lines.
tte left Money back if not suited.
with a 'Mail orders receive pronmpt atten
I to get tion.
ut her WARNER & SEARILES CO.,
e t Vicksburg, Miss.
ere, but To remove a troublesome corn or
since butiot: First soak the corn or bun
of the ion in warm water to soften it, then
titbout pare it down as closely as possible
to get without drawing blood and apply
reight, Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily;
y in it rubbing vigorously for five minutes at
Chal- each application. A corn plaster
w Or- should be worn for a few days, to pro
ects of tect it trom the shoe. As a general
eo thh liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness
Chal. and rheumatism, -ain Balm is un
equaled. For sale by J. S Guenard's
that 'The papers of the state are briskly
I hw condemning the 'pistol toters. It is
)perty almost the same to-day as it was a few
Easier years ago, and there is no use in deny.
iug the fact that in East Carroll there
TE is just as much pistol toting going on
to-day as there was thent It is almost
an impossibility to secure an Indict
f the nent and when an indictment is re
turned it cant be traced to "revenge,"
Sthe or to get even. Of course the poor
does nig' is caught up with and made to
suffer, but there are mighty few white
b rmen who are It is no fault of the CO
e the Judge, who is as anxious to break up
the habit as any one, and will make it
Shot for those who are brought up be
>tice- tore him; but it is an intpossibility to ASTC
ti get true bills. These are facts. From
rac. AUL ABOUT THE FAMOUS. Word of
The Man-In-the.Moon got rigged up before re
oii- at The Famoua. with a b
aty, The DI)evil has a branch house of good nigh
rarn [be Famous in hbades just opposite the the cough
otis- Lake Providence reservation. A stele- burger, ,fy
that gram via 'i'allulah, states that Mrs. family hav
ther Devil and Mis Devil, will be up next covery fo
week to buy a couple of skirts and found itse
shirt waists which have just been ie- It's au unr
Re ceived at The Famous for deepers
e- A branch house of The Famous will teed bottlec
be started at the bhalf-way house be. droug store,
I ween here atd heaven; if any-one
ery, from Lake Providence ever gets that e
high up. OE
yal At theNorthPole Dr. Nansen, the COT
rge arctic explorer, will open up a seal
rs. skits departmentt of The Famous.
ght At the South Pol, the lost Charley .
Ross has been heard from and ''The of
fi. amous will secure hib services at once, 1i 'r SEI
if not sooner.
iig It fact, above, below, north, east,
to south and west, The Famous is the OFFICE 81
eo- rea) article, anod the Americau epread CORREE
eat eagle is the only thing that can fly
E. Pluribus Unum! Sic Semper ThWatT
Tarantula ! Would q
bie used Dr.
'"The Saboroso," is a cigar that has 'Thousauds a
been on the market for severail years, their matce
and during all of that time it has been Nervous Het
g made with the same care and grade of blood sad bi
tobacco as the first cigar under this ly 26 cents.
p brand T'he Saboroso has a big runt,, Sold by J. S
tR, aid if it was not kept up Al it would
rd soon loose its bold on the lovers of a
is, good smoke, which can only be had by
smoking a Srbroeo. Mr. George Mc- SA
Kee, the old reliable grocer, has hbo- I
o1 die this cigar for several years, and has
as ai established trade that smoke only
e 8aboroso. RL. McKee & Co., Is. 5ct
r, antother house that handles only
Soboroso, and those wanting a first aarante tc
class good cigar, should call on these
f firms. . More 8ABB(
S Congressman Jos. E. Raeusdellre. any other Cig
.turned from New Orleans last FrIay the standard
evenintig. He attended the big levee You can fin
meeting of the Presidents of the lovee only at the st
t boards of Arkantsae, Louistana, Mis
.aisseippi and Tennesee in that city on and.
f Friday. Congressmoan Ransdell ad.
,dressed the meeting at length, and in- Great L
formed us that it was largely attended "For two
and much good will result from it. Eczema Io the
A special meeting of the Town Syracuse. Kie
SCouncil was held at 3 o'clock on Mon- by Bckle's
day evening. It was on the water- world's best tf
works question that the Council met all skin diseat
to consider. Guenard's din
You can buy or build a home without -
loading yeonrse!f up beyond your capa- Missi Carrie
city. Maybe you don't know how many Barton, left W
peoplewe have helped, and how we for Vicksburg.
help them. May we tell you? day.
E. J. HAMLEY RE AL ESTATE
AGENCY. Hon. Phil M
ione and hand
UUCORL at Bell's .Ldg day
Men and Youth's Coats and Vests
In Black and Blue, Diagonal and Clay Worsteds-
Square Cute and Round Cuts-made for people who
appreciate good and well made clothes at a moderate
price. We can show you a nice line of these goods
5.00 to 9,50.
Boys Knee Pant Suits,
All the way from 65cts to $4.00 per Suit.
Boys Knee Pants,
Cassimneres. 50 to 75cts pair.
Jeans, 25 to 50cts pair.
SIZES RUN cP' TO 16 YEARS.
Our Working Mens' Jeans Pants
Are made by II. Morris & Bro., out of the genuine
Humboldt Jeans--will not rip---your money back or
unother pair if they do. PRICE, 1.50.
See our large show window for exhibit of PANTS
made to order by the ROYAL TAILORS.
Every garment must fit the parties for whom they
were ordered or their money REFUNDED.
THiIS IS TnIE WAY WE DO BUSINESS,
THE OLD RELIABLE
~WPHIL'S SALOON, a
HEAD 3 UARTERS FUR at
Q Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. P
!ý BILLIARD 40P©Oo paRRL R 11
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
Moerlein Keg Beer always on. hand. .
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
-----A N D 1E
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line bu
G- 3R 0 C E I IE . top
P3atronage soliited. OGuarantee promptness. -
Call us up ov er either 'phone.
yVto ASTOUNDING DISCOVERY.
From Coopersville, Mick., comes
word of a wonderful discovery of a
pleasant tasting liquid that ~phen used
up before retiring by any one troubled
with a bad cough always ensures a
of good night's rest. "It will soon cure
the the cough too," writes Mrs. S. Himel
Ale- burger, "for three generations of our
Irs. family have used Dr. King's New Dis
ext covery for Consumption and never
and found its equal for Coughs and Colds."
re It's an unrivaled life-saver when used
for desperate lung diseases. Guaran.
Pill teed bottles 50c aund$1.00 at Gueuard's
be. drug store,. Trial bottles free.
at GEO. H. MALLET,
he COTTON BUYER.
y L. WALDAUER & CO..
beof Greenville, Miss.
D N'r SELL YOUR COTTON UNTIL
It, YOU SEE ME,
ie OFFICE at J. W. Pittman's Store.
id CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
is Thousands of sufferers have proved
a, their matchless merit for Sick and 5
n Nervous Headaches. They make pure
of blood and builu up your health. On
e ly 25 cents. Money back if not cured.
', Sold by J. S. Guenard, druggist. M
IS THE BEST
5ct 9igar made. VI
Guarantee to be of the best Tobacco.
More SABOROSO'S are sold than
any other Cigar. They are kept up to
the standard of excellence.
You can find these first class Cigars
only at the stores of an
GEO. W. McKEE, fir
and R. L. McKEE & Co. ant
Great Luck of an Editor. big
"For two years all efforts to cure ga
Eczema in the palms of my hands
failed," writes Editor H. N. Lester, of
Syracuse. Kan., "then I was holy cured T.
by Buckle,'s Arnica Salve." It's the
world's best for Eruptions, Sores and
all sknl diseases. Only 25c at J. S.
Guoenard's drug store. . ,CI
Misa Carrie White and her brother
Barton, left Wednesday on the Belle
for Vicksburg. They returned yester- La
Hon. Phil McGuire, looking scrump. br-d4
iones and handsome, turned up Thor- of l
day morninug. 'his friends are glad to ly eI
see him back, who hope that ~e will mapi
stay with ns for sometime, Magi
Spreads Like Wildfire.
mes Whent things are "the best" they be
af a come "the best sellitg." Abraham
eed Hare, a leadiue druggist, of Belleville,
)led 0., writes: "Electric Bitters are the
3s a beet selling bitters I have handled In
'ure 20 years." You know why? Most
nel- diseases begin in disorders of stomach,
our liver, kidneys, boweJ4, blood and
)is- nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the
ver stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and
Is." bowels, purifies the blood, strengthene
sed the nerves, hence cures multitudes of
an. maladies. It builds up the enuire.sys.
d's tem. Puts new life and vigor into any
weak, sickly, rundown man or woman.
Price 60 cenutes. For sale at Guenard's
IL DRY GOODS
FINE DRESS GOODS
i MILLINERY. a
Fd RM CY ARTICLE. S. a
d 5, 10, 15 and 20ct counter where
e many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
VICKSBURG, - - MISS.
U NDR NEW M4ANAQ M&enT thb
I A. BOND,
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. The services of a
first class Steward has been secured
and the table will be kept up to the tell
iiPatronage solicited and satis
T. F. MoxrooxEat, P. H. LONG.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
Lake Providence, La.
Land hnes and corners located and guar- B
anteed. Descriptions of land and timber den,
furnished. Levels and proflle for drainage. D
ittimatee for embankments. ditching.
bridge building and public improvements Mab
of all kinds. Sewerage of towns a specialty. orn
Railroad and all engineering work prompt Ber
ly executed. Re-serveys of old towns and
maps of same adjusted. Timber expers-- Al
many yers experiaene. day
SSAM GALANTYFRED. (ALANT
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Tr1nks, Valioes. Over Shoca.
I-"Everpthing in otir store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal slare of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Corner Lake and Levee Streets--North Side.
- DEALER IN----
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 extremely low.
I'I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
TIIR LAKE PROVIDIECE 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.
S--- TIHE 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, 200
$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
Swithout delay. You do not have to fill out application. l'bere are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. O ive it a trial,
J. V. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
R. J. BURNE Y. i il
- Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe,La
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
DEver3ythinýa for Ladies.
TtverythLg for GenfleXae n
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
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 our beat
to please you. Give us a call.
- THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
e- . .- * J S. rUI E:NARD, PROPRIaro
rn Lank estreet. Lake Providence. 1,
be Thug, Fedivinet, phemiealt, fatent fedicine.
b, -rries a fhll iiqre of Pairxts, Ols, arrisles
S Brhsaes, Woliet soaps, Perftn-ery, Books, Firne
d, tatiorery arid Glass.
SPrescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Gee. W. McKee,
)1dho Old 3teliable Orooery lEouem
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinBs fF4aF y F~arily GQte1i/eS
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
alarge line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
-and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
THE 10. L, FISCHER LUMBER C.,
LAKE O OVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lamber on
the shortest notice.
Tongue and Garove OYpre@
'looriang and deiLn.
Tanks of any sie made to order at N. 0. prieos
Shingles, Shingle, Shitngles.
imOffice in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
FDry. Bernard & r~taud,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Telepones in offices and resi
Dr. Frank E. Artaud, late Surgeon
Major U. 8. A.. has returned and
formed a partnership with Dr. F. R.
All calls will be answered promuptly,
da) or hight, by either of us.
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
]Letter and BillHeads.
-Posters. Our prioes
are moderate. Ux