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On Bad Wines, Liquors and Cigarsa
The only place in Town where First Class Goods can be found is at
: ......LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE......
Our Goods are Al and First Class, and we orly1 bug direct from
First h-lands and First Dealers.
Orders taken for FISH, OYSTERS, VE6iETAES Sc
Saturday, November 30, 1901.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Rleal Estate Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
WVill lranttic(' in the Courts of East
ariull, W':'t. Carroll l and Madiis.n
riss, and tlhe StaLe Supreme Court.
J(OHN A. MONT1GOMERY, Notary
Iulie, Court Stenographer and Firt'
Ilrtt]n(e Age nt, is in miy office.
Clifton F. Davis,
eal 3El3dtate .A.gt.,
Lake Providence,. La.
IIAvrN; J:ST' FINISHED) A COMPLTI
BI.TItA'CT O)F ALL "lIE LAND)S IN EA~S1
AIH()OLL. I AM PIREPARED TO FURNISH
iBSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NoTICE,
E. WAYI.ES BROWNE,
BTENOG(RAPHKR AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Iocal and Parish News.
There were several fights last Satur
The weather has been beautiful
again this week
The Belle of the Bends continues to
make about one trip a week.
Services at the Catholic, Methodist
and Episcopal churches to-morrow.
The Police .Jury met on Wednesday
and transacted a large amount of buoi
The little rise in the price of cotton
ls relished very much. Let her go
We are making arrangements to
purchase an entire new office and
another job press.
Thirty bales of cotton from the bills
passed tbrobgh town on Mondayr,
ioud for the landing.
r. Tisch. the expert watch repairer,
now be found in the store lately
plid by Mr. W. 14. Frsher.
See the handsome things our stores
are carrying for the holidays. No
steed of sending away for anything.
The minimum license for selling
whbisky in Providence for 1902 is $250.
Itlost of the places will pay more than
Miss Isabelle Montgomery Is attend.
ing tp the fire insurance business of
'her brother, Mr. John A. Montgom
ery. during his absenee.
. We regretted very much not being
able to print a brief last week for Hou.
. M. Kennedy, every bit of our type
belug up in matter for the town.
Mrs. Clint Ardis and two children
arrived from Shreveport on Thursday,
and will spend the winter with Mrs.
'usie Trylor, mother of Mrs. Ardis.
The steamer Lawrence has quit.
'he boat draws five feet and there is
or five feet of water at some places
the river, so she had to go to bank.
If you want to Iosure your life in
hbe best Insurance Company, see Mr.
J. WV. I'looke. Jr. lie has already
written, over .100,000 in our parish.
I)eVoe's forecast for December is
published in another couom. He has I
.missed it for the past two or three
,mouths, and we hope be misses it for
French's New Sensation was at Ie-s
lug Sun, Indiana, on the 19thb. The
Recorder says French bea a large fee
boat,.good actors, new beeuery and a
drsat class show.
Chamberlalu's 8tomach and Liver
Tablets cure billiousees,, oouetfpatiot
and headache. Tbgy are easy to take
oand pleasant in efect. For sale at J.
E8. Guenard's drug store.
Capt. R. N. Rea and Mr. Alex Stook
,er, of the Bend, were io town last
ounday. Both geutlemen laforted ast
Stbhat there was a great amount of oot
ton remainoing to be picked.
Our friend Phil McGunlre did not re
'main with us over twenty-four bourn.
lie went on to New Orleans, where be
now has his horses, and where he will
remain durloig the winter racing in
Our friends of the seconad ward will
please accept thethbaks ofoutrslf and
Sbeltter-bhalf for am leritatle to attend
the dance, which came of Tuedayr
eveuiung. We regret tbiht werouldnot
On the S23rd the big gein had (ured I
Soat this season 2170 balea of otelo.,
70 blaqe more than luast year ase
ate. This gion turned out laest sease 1
.e212 bales. This season it shoeld
pres 8600 bales.
Mr. C. W. GSylord, an expert pbo
tographer, arrisd a few days ago, and
has put up his tent right seross from
the bank buidilag. His liae is sal a
pictere.work nad taltkes 18 a n im-e
lame photographs for osta,
The large map of the town, mgesur
4olg about 2 1.2 x 4, feet kept in the
'eofee of the mayor, ba musteroely.
disappeared. Who got swag.rwhih 1,
and what we the obJet i steallng d
'It? It wastaere a fewm mthago.
In the next few week we wtRl ;elR
-aa *lli ,boare iudebta 4w im
oieb o do not
'lTheyear Is up and past and Turner
is still doing buainess at the old stand.
A conteniplabli| ditly cur said tbls
that be would drive us out of the par
i.h within a )ear-but by the holy
pokey, we are still here. Strange,ain't
J. N. Hlill 4 ltro., represent a large
Chicago el'.thing noue. They have
the sanlples to lhow you, take your
Iileaure and guarantee alit. See their
polite clerk, Mr. lshatu Beard, who
will take pleasure in takipg your
A prominent river man was heard
to say a few days ago that the dredge
at work retmoviLng the sand bar above
town. is doiung no good as tar as he
couil pee, except removling the sand
bar and building up another bar he
low town, wh bich is eausing steamboats
a great amount of troublte.
Judge F. X Raladell left for Tallu.
lah last Sunday for the purpose of
holding a special term of court.
Another killing occured in Madison
last Saturday, which makes four with.
in two months. If it keeps up at this
rate we are afraid the Judge will have
to take up his residence it that parish.
The steamer Valle) Queen came up
as far as Vicksburg last Saturday.
She went back to New Orleans from
there. We wonder if the nmerchanuts
will be as long in getting their reship-)
ped freight as t hey were from the
(haliette. This is a great Itcooven
lence to the busilties tmen and the offi
cers of these boats should -know bow
they feel .ahoutit.
Monday was such a beautiful day
that it brought quite a number of our
country folks to town. Fromu the se
cond ward were Mr. and Mrs..Harry H.
Grraham, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Pink
stot, Miss Fannile Keens, Miss Mitch.
ell, and 1)r. Long. From Tyrone were
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Crump and Miss
Ilogan, and from Old river, Misses Mil
dred and Lucy Barber.
Mrs. J.E Martin, of Findlay, Ohio,
mother of Mr. G. C. Martin, arrived
last .Saturday evening to spend the
winter with Mr. and Mrs. Martin.
Mrs. Martin is eighty-four years old,
and is healthy and strong. This is her
first visit to our "Sunny Southland,"
andLtwe wish her a pleasant stay in our
little town. Mr. Martin nmet his moth
er in Memphis and accompanied her
here by way of Vicksburg.
Are you Looking for a Farm?
Our list of farm lands is not soblarge
is we would. like; we would like to
have a lot more of such desirable, pro
ductive, accessible prop;erties to dis.
pose of. Here are a number of pieces.
some large. some small; we can make
terms to suit you.
E. J. HAMLEY RE UL ESTATE
We Md a nice treat sent us on Mon
day in be shape of a bushel of fine
sweet potatoes by our friend Mr. A.
M. Nelson, of Benham. The potatoes
were very large, one of them weighing
nearly ix pounds. and as our friend
Holland of the St. Helena Echo says,
we had to use a saw to quarter it
and the dust from the potato made
enough of sweet potato pies to last ah
week. They are excel!ent eating po- e
tatoes, and we appreciate the kindnesse
of our friend. Mr. Nelson planted less c
than sun acre on the outside of the
levee and gatbhered over a hundred g
bushels. Mr. Nelson is a practical I
farmer, and makes e success out of it. t
A New Line of
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Ladies' Dress Goods.
P. S.-And two nice Ladies' Men, '
who chew their own gum. So come
A colored man stepped into White's
large store last Tuesday and approach
Ing Mr. Nimmo White, said that be '
-wanted a flue suit of clothes and that
if he could not get them for a special
oceasion ferthe 26th, be did not want
the clothes. Mr. While told him, "Iil Y
have.them from ChiLago by thent or
you need not take thebj, and with
this astad a uimo hbad the tape
measure out ad had hise measure
takee It a few seeonds. Before it
tAke~to tell it be had the order 'Ln at
theb hiagoll house by telegraph, and
on Monday morning the clothesar
riced and were ready for his customer
oa rt Thie in the way they do
The VYiketburg Poet of Soturday
last li perntl~nlug Mr. Phil McGoStire ,
and his string of horses, says: "The d
same horses beiloging to Mr. Phil
Moueir., peusea down to New Or
eans Wedesday ulghtl . His Bee
strileeoaiet of Marion Paul, who
-wo -~s money eight times I St.
_ale,' Ortalous, who won eoneider- .
able money at 8't. Louie this seasoa;n
lYInflag glg eix time smaney at St. a
Lok; Fearful, ilho won la the ratoed 17
res 6 to de a M St. Loouis, and wow at
seesud- osi I that city.; Irstg a
Mayer, "a s.ebEri e who worn 4ors
edyes tame flpe; he also won mea
a-d money three time; May Wiolet,
_hebe M. McGuire be soldi~ l New
rlease M. M Mernire wWll ba ts ti
hew Orleaso al winter. The races
pen ,t he S2th 1l"551
Itfill taeeJus so muoh mlodey to
buy you a home, of eourse. i
erhaps you've. -aucmd thati i is be.l i
loud your me -. ih
Dod'ta eiup fcat mind to titi "
elnitely, aeLit ou givee us arEbhanee. I
We bare eq maeny good hits df prop- ib
SI have sold my farm in York state,
Of money I have a slice:
II'm off to the land of sunshine,
Where they raise both corn and
Old Louisiana is the State,
Lake Providence is the town;
'Tis there a man can get quite rich,
Without much buckling down.
The snow don't come with winter
Icicles do not cycle,
The land is good and (heap and rich,
And quite worth every nickel.
I'm told that HAMLEY is the man
To give me my money's worth;
So I'm off to Dixie's land,
Where the cotton springs from the
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
The Christmas Ladies' Home Jour
nal is the largest number of that popu
lar magazine ever issued, and the
quality seems in keeping with the
quanttify. It opens with an account of
"The People Who Ilelp Santa Claus,"
after which comes a sweet story by
Elizabeth McCracken, entitled 'The
Bahby Behind the Curtain." John Fox,
Jr, the clever Kent ckian. contributes
a short story, and The Journal's new
serial of the Western met ropolie, "The
Russells itn Chicago," is begun. Rud
yard Kipling tsells amusingly "How
the F'irst Letter was Written," and
El'iott Flower has a laughable sketch.
"'The -Ltnfelds' Christmas Dinner."
The Journal's two romances, "Cbries:
tine"and "A Gentleman of the Blue
Grass," are given their second, and
thirdi installments respectively, and
the library of the "Bradley House" is
shown. Mr. Bol's editorial takes the
form of a personal and somewhat con
fidential chat with his readers. There
are also a chlldretn's Christmas play
by Ednah Proctor Clarke, some touch
iog stories of "'The Other Side of the
Town," by the Rev. David M. Steele,
and an interesting account of the Sins
tiue Madonna done in needlework:
The various departments are unusual
ly strong, and the whole niagazinie is
full of the Christmas spirit. A note
worthy feature, pictorially, Is the d",u
hie page of college girls, on which are
shown groups oif college girls from
uearly every girl'e school of note in the
country. Thbis is only the first in a
"pictureestory" of one bundred photo.
graphs, which will show 'What a Girl
Does at College." The cover deaign s
a beautifel piece of work by ''honmas
Mitchell Pyirce. By The Curtis Pub
lishing Company, Philadelphia. One
dollar a year; ten cents a copy.
The dance given last Tuesday even
ing by the young gentlemen of the se
cotd .ward, was one of the finest ever
had 4n our parish. "ind- thlose who at
tende'd from town sa) that it was "out
of sight" and there was nothing staggy
about it as is sometimes given int Provi.
ldence. The young men of the second
ward do not d, thines by hslves. and
everything at the dance passed off
lovely. Brooks' tine string hand of
Vicksburg furnished the music, while a
nice supper was prepared by the ladies
of the second ward for their guests.
T'hiose who attendled from town say it
tie one of the most enjoyable dances
yet given, and that they are anxious
for another to take placne at an early
aI have uled Chsmterlain''s Colic,
Cholera and I)iarrhoea Remedy aitd
find it to be a great mnedicine," says
Mr. E. 8: Phippe, of Poteau, Ark. "It
curtd meoof bloody flux. I eantot
speak too highly of it." This remedy
always wins thoe good - opinion, if not
praise, of thbose who use it. The quick
cures which it effects even in the maost
severe cases make it a favorite every
where. For sale at J. S. Gueunard's
NOW IS.TIlE .TIE
To talk, OVERCOATS.
To those who will nteed a new one we
would stggsst an Inspection of our
Trtmmed .and eat in the very latest
styles. We are showing a Laoe seort
mett of-the best abries.
Prices friarl3 60 to $57 60.
Full sc~ekes itn al*liues..
Money back i not suitedi.
Mail ordr r'receive prompt attee
tion. • -
WARNEt R A SEAtIESi C).,
We learn that Mr. J. W. Pilmanan
wi- quit handlisig grocetles .ft' the
olose of the prt'ent year, ad that heO
has firmed a paikersip uittb Mr.
T. 8. Woods, Wbo -wltl opeb p a
Irst 'eloas hardwat stoe. and wfSl
mondle hardware, wII9w waes,6Bagglsk
&e., wilietb is aiisriest wi-. t t oI f
betesih..alt. -' r.ood . .s a.
(h blI~lf* C~i~j~iYi- ii
·:: s~~~), d.
i funerei of Rev. W.T. White.;
.tPetersburg. (Fa.) Daily Iadex-Appeal,
Nqpvmber 19,; l1.]
One of the largest and Utnoe jasposo
Ing Masooie funeralk thbt has takes
place in Petersburg for a long titte
wee bthat of the late Rev. W. T. White,
whieb occurred on Sooday afternoon
from bis residence on Jeffereou stret.
The solemn religious exercises were
performed by the Revs. J. J. D. Blarte,
A. M. Hall and Dr. S A. Steel, and
though simple, were impressive. The
Masonic fraternity, consisting of Bland
ford Lodge No. 8. Petersburg Ltidge
No. 15 anld Powbetan Starke I e
No. 124 in great nntnmbedr lder ge
marsbalsbip of Worahipfatu. W. W.
Preeson, arsemabled at theb Masoic
ball a shbort tithe before t() fule~tal
and escorted the remains from the
residence to their last resting place'in
old Bladford cemetery, where they
were tenderly placed by the side of
his wife, who proceeded him to tibe
grave a few years ago.
Mr. White was a zealous. faithful
and most.useful memnber of the erlft,
and was very much beloved and re
.pected, and the Masonic demnonstra.
toil to his memory was eminently de
served. By his reqtest the followtig
gentlemen were the pall bearers from
the Mlaeon+: R. F.'Gill, C-OR. Wakh,
C E Borst. i. B. Shelburtn, P. C. ioy
and Johil E, Townles. From the Mar
ket Street M. E. church,: Alfred
l'riend tand W. T. Parham. At the
grave the beautiful and impressive
Masonic service was conducted by
Worshipiul Charles E. Williamson of
lslaudtord Lodge No. .8, of which
Lodge and Petersburg lodge No. 16
and Petersburg Union Royal Arch
chapter No. 7, Mr. White was the re
liev. W. T. White was the father of
our esteemed atd honored citizen Mr.
W. N. White.
Worth Looking At.
We have some properties that are
worth your attention as an investment.
It pays to buy because they are as low
,s they ever wall be The increase in
value will be a pleasue to you. Large
or small farms; well located and well
E. .J. HAMLEY REAL.ESTATE
Elevated to the Priesthood.
Rev. Francis O. H. Boberg, the pop.
ular andil beloved minister of the Epis.
copal church of Providence, was or
dained at Trinity Chapel in New Or
lealns on Sunday last. Rev Mr. Bo
berg was ordained by Rt. Rev. Davis
Seseulms. D. I), Bishop of Louisiana.
Rev. A Gordon Bakewell presented
he candidate, and Rev. J. Percival, D.
i)., preached the ordination sermon,
taken from Acts 9-16
Mr. Boberg comes from a line of
ancestors who were sea-faring men.
lie is the son of Peter J. Boberg and
Mary J. Ashworth. His mother was
the grand-daughter of Lt. 'bhos.
Griffiths of Dublin, Ireland, and one of
Lord Nelson's lieutenants, who was
also related to the great Daniel O'Con
nel. Mr. Boberg's grand-father alseo
nerved with distinction in the BriMsh
navy during thesrimeno war.
*Jr. Boberg's early edueation was
received-at-t. -Mary's and Cramer W.
tohoole in Liverpool, Eng. After
.eaviug school te entered the English
terchat Markine, and vlsiteo many
In 1890 Mr.' Boberg came to the
United States and lived in theState of
VWasbiugtou for two years,- and there
:ommenced the study of medicine, go
ng to Detroit to attend Ith-medical
uollege in 1892-'98. Coming to Louis
ana in 1898, le entered the employ of
"eo. E Sears & Sons, commlssion mer
:hans, in whose employ he continued
or sometitme. Feeling called to the
ninist ry, he made appliceation to Bishop
eussuas Nov. Sd, 1895, and was ae.
:epted andplaced under the iostructiom
f Rev. Gordon Bakewell, who adopted
im as his son.
Mr. Boberg received his theologicel
raining at Sewanee. Tens. lie was
dvaoced to Deacou April 16, 1896,
ud placed in clargeot the Church of
he Good shepherd at Lake Charles.
le then undertook missionary work in
onnectlion with the parish and orgao
red missious at Crowley and Jeunittgs..
Lt the former plarne he built a Church
i,1899 In May 1900, Mr.Boberg waI
el ton Lake Providtence.
A touchiiing sentiment about his ele
'ation to the Priesthood is that be was
rdaieod in tbeCbapel where he was
ofirmed, and also in that the :Rev.
dr.Bakewell has had the pleasure of
resentling him for his coiOfrmation
tid for orders in the flaconate aqd
riesthood. Bishop Sessume like
vise being the officiating Bishop in all
Rev Mr. Boberg celebrated his first
:onimiiunion in Trinity Chapel on
'tankegiving lIay and left the same
vening for Providence, and will hold
arvice tolmorrow morning at 11
'clock, wih a .-celebratlou of the
)eVoe's torecasts for December
This month will witness esnow
torms anut cold weather in the North,
ud cold, wet, disagreeable weather
ver the Southera States. 1st to lth,
old wave. followed by a great stoim
brming over the East Golf States and
aoviug up the Atlasdtle coast, cansing
eavy rains ovel the South Atlanticl
nd a blizzard over the Northern
tales 6th to- 9thb, cold wave, follow
d by uunsettled weather and a storm
rming over the Gulf of Mexloo,
ausing a blizzard over Texa, rtn!
ver the Gull Statles, and snow storms
rom Texae to Canada, and generally
ver the Northernistates from 10 to
,th. 16th to 17th, cold wave. 18th
a 21st, nolther .storm will forswon
he Atlantic cosL, ausingl soow it the
rorthert State and, heavy rlins it the
aouth. 22nd to 4th, very cold. 26th
a 27th, a storm will form over the
lississlppi valley,, causing a bllgard
ver the Missouri and heavy ralin over
be Ohio valley. The long spell of
old weather will be broken up over
•e Northern States and the mosit
ill close with warm weather esat of
he M iselsipi river and raliq ovqr
To remove a troublesome Qors*
taiost : "tirst oans the corni r blthS
in in warm water to softae It, tlhd
are it down as eleul; as pegible
itbhout drawing Mblood ans ,lJlit'
heamkerlsal's Pal S aim titie. 4.R.
abbing vignrwaesly tesoi 8Ive.tstdi
ib app!eatior. A. 4tiOSrPo-i
ePld be etrm for stB~-eda
et it from the .e, A
ad rbhwmaiEmti 1
easted. -a i ia
Usea me rsith's Couts anu Vouts
In Black and Blue, Diagonal and Clay "we ', "
Square Cuts and Round Cuts--made for people .J
appreciate good and well made clothes at a sm4ravide
price. We can eshow you a nice line of these goods
from - .. ..
.5M0 to &.6o.
Boys inee Pant Suits.
All the way from 66cts to $4.00 per Suit.
Boys Knee Pants,
Cassimeres, 50 to 76cts pair.
Jeasus, 2: to 50cts pair.
s2lssRUNs CP TO 16 YLKas.
Our Workinl Mens' Jeans Pants
Are made by H. Morria& Bro., out of the genuine
Humboldt Jeans-will not rip-your money back or
another 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 BEFUNDJ D.
THIS IS TH E WAY WE DO BUSINESS,
STHE OLD RELIABLE
PHIL'S SALOON, :.
. PFine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. _
BI3L& &Irlr.R" ct POOLC s 3PA .RIJ.O3.
, Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian .
Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORBSTEB" A SPECIALTY.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
R I. I i 8 G i . I
Hill's Big grocery Honuse
We Carry a Comnplete and Fine Line
Gaton osm . iEr.OC r .
Pahtioana unolhito& Gu te.iztpomepa u
From toopersville, Mich., comes
word of a wouderful discovery of a
pleasant tasting liqgid that when used
before retiring by 'say one troubled
with a bad cough always ensures a
good night'i reel. "It will soon cure
the cough too," writes Mrs. S. Himel
barger, "for three generations of our
family have used Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption and never
found its equal for Coughs and Colds."
It's an unrivaled lile-saver when used
for desperate lung diseases. Guaran
teed bottles 50c and $1.00 st Guenard's
drug store, Trial bottles free.
It is a deed well done when you buy
a piece of Real Estate from us.
We have choice pieces to offer that
will pay you well to consider. Values
thbat will rise, and your land or home
will beconle more valuable month by
month. Let's talk business.
E. J. HAMLEY RE4L ESTATE
That Throbbing Beadache.
Would quickly leave you, If you
used Dr. King's New .Life FllTs.
Thousands of sufferers bave proved
their matebless merit for Sick and
Nerveus Headsches. They.make pare
blood and bullu up your health. On
ly '6 cents. Money back if sot oured.
Sold by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
IS THE BEST
5ct Gigar made.
Gkarate to b ef the best.Tobr~ee
More SABOROSO'S are sold thee
*sy other Cigar They are kept. u to
the standard of excellence.
;loe can flnd these first class. Clgaft
olya.e the stores of
GEO. W. )Ma[ .
-nd B. L.McKEAod Co.
Guest I)ak astem D4be.
ee ,we years all eeortra to east
Eseua .i the ,paltse of myl beads
~lbd;wrlite Editor .I . Lester f
$yvaen s,B Klea, "tel I wa hoIy ga
by Nseleue's Ariaesa Sal." It'.s
worMsrl best tot Ereptisa, Sees sad
45l-sk. dieseas. ly Sai J. &
Spreads Like Wtidare.
When tbhius are' the best" itey be:
coome "hbe best selling." Abralttih
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleitile
, wrilte: .*Electric Bitters are -he
mt selling bitters I have hbadled In
20 years." You know why? Moti
diseases begin in disorders of stolwileo
liver, kidneye, bowel,. blood s-id
nerves. Electric Bitters tones ap tce
stomach, regulates liver, kidneys s~ad
bowels, purifies the blood, .#rengtbes
the nerves, hence cures mtrltitaides of
masladies. It builds up the .Seth'e *ye
tem. Puts new life ad vigor tib any
weak, sickly, rundewe m or Wotnas.
Plee 60 cents. For sale at Genausrd'
FINE DRESS- GOODS
MI LLIN RY.=
PfCANCY ARTICLIh .
5, 10. 15 and 2Oot coQnter t
many useflat rtclce can be found
worth double ti money.
mWPATSiONAGE 80ICZT .:,
We are on Lake street right sroe
from the corner of Sparrow estAs. t'.,
HOTEL PIZA , ,.
VOlKS8URGa, :- MISS
U ftDR onlw mE Mh t
19r nea aet a&;:se Mast
frst sio Steward has beeno' l
rPaStrouag sonlicited sad sed
•fadts. t eu,,- @ ;U,,
T. F. i , siar .e. R #&.
D hnGoods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,"
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
lEvpthing in our store is new andAirst sue, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage "
THE ýREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Dry Goods, Notions, Sloes, Hats and
LtIES' and GENT'S-Furnishings.
Si I teepdatfullyt a sk ib e r of the public patronage, and guarantee to
"treat every one right.
THE l[Kis PROVIDENCE BANK issue8 Snk .DDrafts or Money "orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, sad just as safe
as PostaOfice or Express Money O rders.
- iTHE FOLLOWING RATES
Not exceeding $ 5,00 .06e. C 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not exceeding $0, 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20e
o$80 ad not lexceeding $100 25. and or n pre as ratrat S per $10.
f s. a fd t islost or miscarried in the mals. yo a one , et a deplicate
theat yerY do no have to9illo0 appieatuY t a
etbhe; advntaaage ove P.O. or Express moey orders. "re 'k.rlal,
J. W.. TOOK J, L. be.Vd " e;.
_ R. J. BURNEY .
The Lake aketProvidenceB ane,
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SGooedig othig, .00 ndots exaedng Sh 1
$80and everyot eing p10t in0. a First Class Store
ATULL ULNE .OF GROCERIES.
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tei .rtaes oge eor, .or xapr oed imnersy, ofd e. i do. or ieel
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D1u& a* iesses Maud,
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