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t V/WAR!i On Bad Wines, Liquors and Cigars-"
The only place in Town where First Class Goods can be found is at
......LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE......
bur Goods are Al and First Glass, and' we orly bu9 direct from
First l4ands and First Dealers.
Orders taken for FISH, OYSTERS, VE6ETACES fc
111 i lll lr 1a ~ i rlrl~ll IIllI•II€ w I la HI IwI I I 11 I 'I
-ay, December 21,1901.
*W. AT-LAW bh
Estate Agbnt, b
!~E PROVIDENCE. LA.
iractice in the Courts of East
. West Carroll and Madison
,, and the State Supreme Court
N A. MONTGOMERY, Notary e
,.. Court Stenographer and Fire
lusutiane Agent, is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
IEt~al "'metrte .A.mt.,.
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISHRD A COUPLET
&BITRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EASI
2ARRtO.L. 1 AM PREPARED TO FURNISH
BtI?ACTS OF TITLES ON 8HOlt NOTICE,
E. WAYI.ES BROWNE,
FTENOrtRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. I
Iocal and Parish News.
Mr. Yancey Bell received a barge of
coal last week.
Seating was good, on small ponds on
A merry Christmas and a happy
New Year to all.
The river Is now on the rise and we
will now have a good size boating
The finishing touches to the new
court house are progressing dreadfully
The town was filled with drummers
Wednesday. 'The cold weather drove
Mr. C. F Davis, after spending sev
eral days In New Orleans, returned
the first of the week.
With good weather the merchants
should do a large business to-day and
Monday and Tuesday next.
Mr. J. C. Bass, who has one of the
prettiest homes on the lake, is having
a large addition built to it
Mr. S B Kenedyof"The Famous,"
was compell-d to remain in doors near
ly all the week on account of fever.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
are golag to coutinue their old eustim
of serviig an elegant New Year dinner
Mrs. W. II. Fisher has been quite
sick with fever siice Friday last. We
are glad to learn that she is much bet
Our readers will have to excuse the
.maill amount of local news in this
issue. We have had fever since last
The venire is published in anotbmr
column. See if your name does not
appear in either the grand or petit
The charter of the Goold railroad,
to be built through ihe river (,aliahes.
was filed for record in Monroe on
Last Saturday was cold anr die.
agreeable and just the kind of a day
some of the colored people like to fill
up on bug juice.
The sudden cbhansge in the weather
is c*using a great deal of sickness.
Nearly every othler person has a
touch of the grippe.
Rev. C. Mahe returned from Mou-.
roe on Wednesday. He was called
there by the aerliue illness of Rev
Father Enaut of that city.
lhbmamt,'s big adverti.ement in this
tsue shaowsn what a real live man and
a hustler can do. lehmann believes in
printer's intk and should be patronized.
ILast Sueday morning the mercury
dropped to thirlteenu degrees. 'he
stock that was ucishelcered on Satur
day and Sunday last suflered a great
Sunday 'mortinlig was the coldest of
the winter. It was very cold and
there was very little stirring about
Home is the best place when there is
When you are asked for the right of
way through your property by the
(iotld relpreeenlaives, don't hesitate
a- mo(ueflt about it but give what ls
Tl'uesday morninlg about 7 o'clock it
looked very mtuch lilke we were in for
a big srie snow storm. It came down
heavy for halt an hour, when it tet up
atld the sun catle otit.
We regret to learn that Waler, the
young son of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Pitt
itlan, has been quite sick for the ppal
few diays. and it ta ,eare4 thabt he Aa
a toucth of plVeultonia.
Ote .1 our |,ptllar bweiese iauyog
.fellow* has becoltie quite a trequeltl
visitor to a certain tlouw'e ow the lake,
iud the bo.s say Io kidtl of weather
is too rough to keep hil back.
Rev. J Iiglar l)etsou ua been e
terned to Providence by thLe MOth.
diet ieuference.. We are glad t
know that thie Rev. geuntleman anUr
bhis etItmable wife will be with vs for
Mr. aid M r. J. W. Tobk*, Jr, fe
turted from Arcadia ltst Ssway
torttlg. We we,-e gla e to'teeSa i-at
be left hisl father mnetb hetteIr,s4th ba
eb tbhobt he would now etirely re-'
coverth bl health.
Lst IPFriday the mercury relhfrewd
ug about the seventy rark. Durlig
oe alight a aorther case down tnm a
p d'ii ilyRU't ptretlit us, atd the drS,
Ages tow tweeoty.Sear ' is eIsalkt
.,.aatise4 bels tore tbw day.
Lebmanu can please you. He hasb
the thltngs to do it with. Spani.h
mtackerel, red snapper, ,oysters, celery
and vegetables. Leave your order
with Lehlmann atnid ihe a ll dellve
theai to your home r:ght froim his re
Prof. Chas. Lane, who was to lecture
here last Monday night failed to turfn
up. No doubt the weather was Ioo
bad for him to come. A large num
ber of country people braved the cold
and disagreeable day, and it was a real
The many friends of Mr. H. H. (;ra
ham will regret to learn that be met
with a serious loss last week at his a lil
Pinewood place in Tennessee. It is a qi
I said that Mr. Graham lost hbles large ibl
winter barn, which was packed with vie'
grain and other feed stuff, and that be and
didn't have a dollar's insurauoe. Est
The streets in "Soldier's Rest" hsve
received their cognomen, and from j~ a
now on the streets will be called Milli- hay
kin, Guenard, Hardin, Richard &c. are
There is a kind of a kick raped by betn
Messrs. Millikin and Guenard that
Hlawley street was omited and that it I
will have to go down on the new map. lon
We hope to see our stores do a rush- tha
Slug business through to Christmas Eve. vat
The big trade should start to-day, antid
we wish to remind those who contem
plate buying that our merchauts are
better prepared to please you than in
many years. They have handsome
stocks to select from and they can 1'r
please you. see
f FOOD CHANGED '10 POISON. so
Putrefying food in the intestines toe
produces effects like those of arsenic, hei
but Dr. King's New Lile Pills expel Ki
' the poisons from clogged bowele, us,
gently, easily but surely, curing Con- het
'e sipation, Billiousness, Sick Headache, for
ig Fevers, all Liver. Kidney and Bowel ant
troubles. Only 25c at Gueunard'edrug ant
ly store. Tr
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodwin made
re the round trip to Vicksburg on the
re Belle of the Bends, returning Wednes
day morning. Miss Miner, the bright
td and handsome daughter of Mr. and
Mrs G. M. Franklin, who is attending
tr St. Francis Xavier. Academy in that
id city, came up with them to spend the Cu
holidays with her parents. ths
Ig It was reported in town this week gei
that Mr. Gould had let the contract de
f ?or the construction of the much talk- an
r ed of railroad from the Arkansas line br
rh down to Providence. We can hardly oct
m believe this latest report, for the rea- en
tr sun that no oue has been in the parish pu
to soi)ttin' rightm.nf.wav, which seems co
Ve to us necessary before contracts would op
tt be asked for its construction be
The ladies of the Episcopal church pt
st have for a great many years served an stn
elegant New Year dinner, where ca
of almost every person in town would go lh
ot tbe served. The ladies' have decid- au
th ed to have their usual New Year din- of
neor again and to keep up the old cus- M
e, torn, so all those who wish to sit down in
on to an elegant spread should take their sp
dinner with them on New Year day, bi
is- 19)2. vi
BiI WE CAN IIELP YOU WITH OUR o0
er for having a house of your own C
* We'll be very much pleased to ashow a
a loug list of properties for sale on easy
termi, amnd to tell you how we have gi
>t- helped others and can help you. o
ed E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE m
d Mr. Simob Witkowski died Wednes
n day evejltig at his plantation home in h
ed the upper end of the parish. Mr. Wit,
ry kowkl htad swamp fever, besides other
'ne comspllcstlons. and there was no hopes t
ur- held out to his family by his physicians.
eat Mr. Witkowski was an old residenit of
of the parish and was ote of ilelargest
d laud owners, and until the trouble in
ut West Carroll a few years ago be was a
Is prosperous man. He was a liberal
man, and it we said that it was the
he money he put up that helped to crush
ate out Repabhllteauitom in our parish.
a His reniaine are to be brought in
this evening sad laid to rest in our
S When You Pay Rent
up you ,e ,ayloeg the taxes on the prop- I
erty you live in plus good interest on
the the moesey the house and lot cost.
'itt- We Can show
how forthe samen rent you are paying
aayou cat buy a house to sluit your
nottion, live it it anud payi the taxes.
: E. J. IIAMLEY REAL ESTATE
ber The dance giveu by the young gen
lemo6 of oter town at the Opera
be. Houmse last Tueeday evenintg was one
-e of the nleest oand most pleasaInt affairs
and lad for sometime. The supper was
;°ntagarlieeat and the dancing was kept
.p matti 8 eloet I the morninag.
bst web pole from eovru I
re-toot hardly- k'i"5 writa H. Robis.
s on, WItIibor Be .lt.,"but Baekleo's
red Ara,~ier48r aepl)etel vrsed them."
.g Acts liBe msaglie on sprains brutes,
Isa uite,, ses, salds,'B orbt., boils leers
rca I'edet.. bealr of skla disease and
b., pUl.. ewe esarsateed. Ire 2e.;
. , r. ..i.s-. 1 sr.,
a little time with yourself. Get into par
a quiet spot-a little elevated, if p0s- tbis
seible, so that you can have a good geti
view of the surrounding country,
and then decide what is best to do in par
regard to the purchase of that Keal tim
Estate you were contemplating. yoc
A HIORN as i
is a good thing to hang to, so we
have been told, but if it is a hull you N
are talking about, the tail is often Nit
better. You can let go of. the tail, Bu
and if you get bold par
WIT ME a
on any of my Real Eistate deals you sec
will find that you will deal at a price it i
that you can always let go to an ad- air
I antage. fan
E. J.. HAMLEY REAL ESTI'ATE
SAW DEATH NEAR. lea
"It often made my heart ache,' dip
writes L. C. Overstreet, of Elgit Wi
'tenn., "to hear nmy wife Cough until ii tat
seemed her weak anid sore lutng- would for
collapse. Good doctors said sithe was
so far gone with Consutmption that itd
medicine or earthly help could save op
her, but a friend recommended i)r. pe
King's New Discovery and persistent A
use of this excellent mnedicine savelt
her life." It's absolutely guarantleed C
for Coughs, Colds, Bronchliiis, Asihat thi
and all throat and Lung diseases. 50c las
and *1 00 at Guenard's drug store. on
Trial bottles free.
We publish the following news item i9
of considerable note in the Times- all
Democrat of'the 13th, sent from th;s
place by its special correspondent:
"J L Fischer, president of the J. L.
Fischer Lumber and Manufacturing C
Company of this parish, was seen by w
'the Times-Democrat correspondent
the other day, auu in the course of a pr
general conversation said: 'We have yo
decided to start a furniture factory,
and to that end have purchased the pr
brick store on Levee street formerly
occupied by W. N. White. Assoon as
- everything can be arranged we will
h put in the necessary machinery and
a commence work. The factory will be
operated in connection with our tim- A
her comnpany, and will work up what
lumber our mills can saw for the pur-. ft
h pose." The fact that a factory will be th
n started in Lake Providence Is signifi- b
e cant of the general improvement of
0 the town. That the enterprise will
I- succeed is certain, as Mr. Fischer is one ti
t- of the best business men in the parishb.
I Mr. Haywood, a skille turner, will be
n in charge of the factory.' As the
ir special says, Mr. Fischer is a hust lig It
'. business man, and if he owned the I
vacant lots on the corner of Scsarbor
R ough and Lake streets it would not be i
long before he would erect two hand- c,
some brick stores. a1
The Ilattlesburg, Misslsippi, Pro. a
egress has discovered a real live curi
osity.. It states that "it rau across a
man the other day who is opposed to
railroads. One is being constructed
through his property and be says he is ii
ruined. He says soon there will not c
he a stick of timber on his land andt i
that the land will be gobbled up by a
r syndiale. Wheu we asked what the
timber was put bere for if not for the e
. use of man and what the land was
made for if not to be cultivated by
mano, whereby he might live oand pro,
Svide for those under his care, he
a screwed his mouth around and said he
al thought God had put them here for an
e ornament, or at least that is the way
bh be talked. But it is a waste of time to
i. argue with such men-men who d,
not believe it is right to wear socks
because they were not born with them
on or a man going up In a balloon be
cause be would be trying to reach
p- heaven by some other means than the
oD straight and narrow path."
My busioness is to sell property and
to sell it quickly. If you have any
mr Real Estate whicb you would like to
dispose of quickly, tell me about it
and if there is anty possibility of a
quick sale you cas depend upon it. I
will soon find it out. That ias my spec.
an E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
, Two pair of Poland China pigs, at
612.00 per pair.
Pt B. P. K cockeris, at $1.00 to $1.50
each. GEO. 8. OWEN,
Bunch's Bend, La.
I The town council let the contract
fsor the ereaios.of the waterworks and
" light system on Thlrsday to H. K.
SJoheson, for the sea of *20,946, his
* bid being the loweet,
ad The mercury registered eight de
c;grees above sere yesterday m anrlg
The editorial published in our isue
of luast week headed'"a timely warning"
should have been carefully read by
every land owner in the pariash whose
property the contemplated Gould rail
road is expected to run throughb. It
meanwa much for East Carroll to get
the front or river route road, and we
do not believe that there is a land
owner who would throw any obstacle
in its path, by refusing to give the
right of way, after being virtually dead
for these many yeare; and if they
should refuse the right of way, Mr.
Gould will do exactly as he did with
the land owners above Lake Village
-rder bis engineers to go four miles
further west-which brought them to
1time and a realization that they came
very near making asses of themselves
tI is true railroads are not built eutire
Iv for the benefit of the public by a
I.,g way,; and such large railroad
systems have been fountd grinditng and
as hard as any monopoly in sections
that they pass through; but on the
otler hand railroads are known to
rave built up and made countri es, just
'a- this Gould road will do for Ea.t
Carroll. The two survey lines in the
extreme upper end of the parish is
said to be only four miles apart, and it
would not be much trouble for Mr
Gould to take the back line if he is re.
fused the right of way, which is all that
he asks. We believe every man in the
parish is too broad minded to do any
thing that will hurt our chances in
getting it. The right of way
party will be along in a short
I time-perhaps In a few days-when
you should meet them with open arms,
as it is a forerunner of a prosperous
parish and a prosperous people.
I We understand that Messrs. Robt.
Nicholson, II. iH. Graham and Beverly
Buckner, large planters in the lower
part of the pariah, have acconmplished
a great thing lately it the way of
o seouring labor ftr their plattations.
[ It is said that these gentlemen have
already secured ottne hundred colored
families, which is a big thing when we
comte to averaging :hem at five to a
family. It is said that this labor is
leaving some of the counties in Missis
sippi, and that several more familles
t will be secured by the different plan
tation owners. 'T'his is a great thing
Is for East Carroll as labor is getting
dreadfully scarce by new places being
opened and several hundred colored
r. people moving to the back country.
tt A large amount of labor is alwas
2 coming to our parish, for the reason
~ that they are treated right, but this
ic last venture of securing so many at
e. one time; beats all records. A negro
would rather be along a railroad than
anywhere on earth, and when the road
is built through the parish labor will
always be plentiful as it is known to be
t: along the Y. & M. V. R. R. across the
river from us.
g CI RISTMAS BELLS
'Y Will soon be ringing again.
it Once more you are up against the
t problem of what to give him. But
'e you needn't find it ard to solve.
. It's remarkable how many useful
le presents we can show von
ly House Coats, $6 50 to $13 50.
as Toilet Cs:es, $.5.00 to $15 00.
tt Tracenng Bags, $5 00 to $18 00.
d Suit Case, $4.00 to $15 00.
e Scarfs,50c to $2 50.
. And everything else for a man.
t Overcoats, S u i tn s, Mackintoshes,
Shirts, lHais, Umbrallas, Gloves, Mtuf
iers-all in itfluile variety-and all of
be them of the '"good quality" that has
- been our watchword always.
of Money back if not suited.
ill Mail orders receive prompt atten i
WAlRNEll & SEARLES CO., V
Vicksburg, Miss. v
he REALES I'A IE j
tg It is the man that turns over his prop
e ertv quickly that makes the money iu
Real Etate. If you hace any imnprov
ed or vacant lots which you feel you
be caInnot afford to hola at what they are
d- costing you, coniuil us. There are
always people who are looking for
tIillngs you do not want anId we cat
0. altmo-t always niegot latea sale or trade
ini a shabort lime.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
ed DON'T BE DECEIVED
is into hbuying re-idnce property in a lo
ot cation th.t is nothing more than a
ntl monument to misplacedl investments.
Youi don't want any mtan to turn over
Sa to vou his unfortn unate pttclChases when
te propert3 ean be secured that is sure to
te enhance ;n value
vas No one cant reasotnablt hope for
by good health udless his towels move
, once each day. When this is not at
tentded to, dnsorders of the stomach
e arise, ciliouisness, headache dyspepsia
he and piles soon follow. It you wish to
an avoid these ailmelits keep vour bowels
y regular by taking Chamberlailn's
to Stomach atnd Liver Tablets when re
quired. They are so easy to take atnd
d mild and gentle in effect. For sale at I
ick J. S. Guenardt's drug esore.
be. You Can't Guess
ach how your heart will lighten when you
thebegin to come to us to talk Real
E. J. HAMLEY RE \1 ESTATE
an HOPE IS A GOOD BREAKFAST BUT A
fa You often hear a m:U sayv: 'I hope
Sto sell my property soon and move
c. where I can lHtter attend to my inter
terests." Well. in a great many cases
he keeps on hoping. and stays in the
same old rut indefinitely, simply
because he lacks the necessary method
and push to bring about the sale. Now
if you are desiring to make a change.
eat cl on Hamley and let him assist ou.
Marshal and Tax Collector's Odlee. towa
S of Providence. La. December 18. 1901.
La. Notice aIs hereby given to all tax payers
resating within the corporate limits of the
trct town of Providence that 'all taxes for the
,ad year talt are sow due and will become de
liaquenton December31st, of the preseat
year. and subject to all the penalties pre
i serthbed by law. Taxes ill he reeivedi
at my olce 1i the Firemen's butidlng
daly, (Soudaf' exceptedi Ietweein the
.d hours of 10 o'.clk a. m. ;o fi o'lock . n
pg MarIab l and TaX Vetleetor town of Provi.
deac. DIee. *A-.
WHITE'S WT m rS
SU6GESI10RS FOR T11SE
wm mne urnnm
Cane, Lather and Upbelstered Seats.
Lace aid Embroldered.
BUREAU AND DRESSER COVERS,
GENTS' SILK MUFFLERS,
White, Black and Fancy.
GENT&' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
White, Black Facy and Colored Borders.
ChenWe, Tapestry and Facy Worked.
Noe better--few their EQUAL--and wm last a life time,
$26.50 to $29.50.
THE OLD RELIABLE
PHIL'S SALOON, .9°
q Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
.ý1 .BTr ..a .:,R.D d, PFOOL- :PA..L'.roL .
. Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
'"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY. 41.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors. .s.
Hill's Big Groc r Hoose
- AN D
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronage solicited. Onaranteoe piomptness.
Call us up over either 'phone.
II I ] H l IB l
A WOMAN'S AWIF'UL PEICL
"There is only one chance to save
your life and that is through an opera- Di
tion" were the startlitng words heard be
hy Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Liie Ridge, tm
Wis., from her doctor after he had cl
vainly tried to ecute her of a frightful fsi
case of stomach trouble and yellow the
jaundice. Gall stones had formed and thi
she constantly grew worse. Then she wi
began to use Electric Bitters which be
wholly cured her. It's a wonderful C(
Stomach, Liver and Kidney remedy. int
Cures Dyspepsla, Lose of Appetite. ap
rry it. Only 50cts. Guaranteed. dr
For sale by J. S. Guenard's druggist.
FOR SALE.-On or after Jan. 1st,
the furniture and fixtures of the Lake
View Hotel, Can be hbouht cheap.
MRS. L. E GARDHAM.
[722 Grove st.] Vicksburg, Mis.
Get our prices on job printing. We
tlo first class work.
L, P. ''ISCH,
Watch-maker and Repairer,
Opposite the Bank,
Lake ProvitRence, La.
Among the tells of thoutsand who 5
have used Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy for eduls anid Is grippe during the
past few years, to our knowledge, not
a single case hias resulted in pneumon
ia. Thos. Whittlell & Co., 240 Wa
hash avenue, Chicago, one of the most
prominent retail druggists int that city, ft
itt speakittg of this, says: "We recom
( mend Chamberlain's CIough Remedy
tor Ia grippe in manyv cases, a it not
only gives prompt andl complete re
covery, butt lsio couniteracts aty ten
dency of la grippe to result in pneo
monuia." For sale at J S. Gueuard's
COAL at Bell's Ldg,
IS THE BEST
5ct Gigar made.
v Guarantee to be of the best Tobacco.
More SABOIIOSO'S are sold than
any other Cigar They are kept up to
the standard of excellence.
a You can find these first class Cigars
- only at the stores of
GEO. W. McKEE.
e and I. L. bceKEE& Co.
it If you wou.l I, ave ai appetlte like
a bear and a relish for your meals take
g Chunherlain's Stonach and Liver
ie 'ahl'l. 'Thev cnrrect ,dialrderg ofl he
Itaroslnch sad regusee ta. liver andt
Strnwel. Pri:e, 25 eeaa. .Staplo
free, at J. 8. Guiuard'. drlgatore.
BOW TO cUR OROUIP.
Mr. R Gray, who lives near Amenla, L
Duchess county, N Y, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is aflue
children's remedy for croup and never
fails to cure'" When given as soon as
the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough has developed, it
will prevent the attack. This should
be borne in mind and a bottle of the
Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for
instant use as soon as these symptoms
appear. IEor sale by J. 8. Guenard's
FINE DRESS GOODS
FAMNY ARTICLES. a
5, 10. 15 and 20ct counter where at
many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
Wa PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
VICKSBURG, - - MISS.
UUMNDER ME MANaMatMEMT tl
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. The services of a
tir.t class Steward has been secured
and the table will be kept up to the
highest standard. t
/i-Patronage solicited and satis
T. F. MONTGOnRav, P. H. LON'G.
a CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
Lake Providence, La.
Land lines and corners located and guar
te anteed. Descriptions of land and timber
furnished. Levels and prolies fur drainage.
e Estimates for embankments. ditching.
er bridge building and pub!ic improvements
is eo all kinds. ewerageot twans a specialty.
, Railroad and all eegioeering work prompt
ly executed Re-6irveys of old-tow sanod
, maps t samse adjwsted. Timber experta
eany yers experneie.
" WM '".£ /h `. " . di
i p g '4 ::.' .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOC O D
W r*us1 s-. Talies. Ocuer 5b2 •
E2FEverpthing 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.
- DEALER IN-----
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and ,
LADIES' and GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extremely low.
SliI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THx LAKR PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They ar.ebeaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
---THE FOLLOWING RATES----
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15c $60 and not exceeding $80. 20c
$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
without delay. You do not have to fill out applicatiom. There are also
other advantages over P. O, or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE. JR., Cashier.
SlilU R.J. BURNEY. I8!1I
emard Buildng, Lake Street, Lake Provie~4oe, L.
- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
3ve rything for tandlaedi.
"uve rythin for Gaentloen .
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
Ip'We are here to stay, and by fair and honset dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you., Give us a call.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
SJ S. CEaL N tIAR D, proppR sroR
• ra ].emltreet. "eal..e Provitdence. r=a,.
Sthug g, JledicineS, Qhemiyal1, Eatent Jledicine.
a arries a full hr~e of Pailts, Oi, 1arItlses,
sr Brslles, Woliet Soaps, PerPLtruery, Books, Vine
dStationery and flass.
SPrescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. Myee,
Je1 Old Le1iable oe ry Couse ,
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kiPds rfFa~P y F arily GrCsetles
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canued Goods. WVe carry
alarge line of different grades of sugar aud coffee. We boy for cash
re and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
- THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,,
- LAXZ flOVZDZanO, LA.
S. We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
MT the shortest notice.
T•ong'ue and G.-ove CtypreI
Floo-rin2 and COellirg.
STanks of any sise mado to oorder at N. 0. priieu.
o Shigles, Shingle, Shi4gies.
ired trOflee in Hemley Block. Connected by Cumblerlanhd and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
- I~. Bernard & ]taud, We do all kinds
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,.
BER,,NARD oDI. of Job Work.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Letter and B llHeadR.
u. Both Telepones in offices and real. : L r B e ..
na. Dr. d Frank E. Ataud. late Surg.os Enveloes, S4tatemefntl
Maj or U . A. has returned and •' ".,&
slty. formed a partnership with Dr. F. R. 1PFcit . OiiX oWW . ,
r (- All calls will be anewered prouaptd)
1dayg or alghbt, sy eit+e Af u.