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U WAR On Bad Wines, Liquors and Cigars8#
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 orzl9 burl direct from
First 1-iands and First Dealers.
Orders taken for FISH, OYTSTERS, VEGETACES Fsc
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THE BANNER-DEMOCRA1
S Saturday, ODecember 28, 1901
Jos. E. Ransdell,
ATTOREiY-AT-LLAW
AND)
Real Estate Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carroll, West Carrll and Madison
Parishes, and the State Supreme Court.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary
Public. Court Stenographer and Fire
4z Inurantet'Agent, is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
A.tty-at-E.anaw
-AND
Eteal Dettate Agt.,
Lake Providence. ILa.
HAVING JUST FINISHP.D A OOMPI.T
LBSTRACT OF ALL "HE. LANDS IN EAST
CARROIL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH
tBRTACTS OF TITLES'ON SHORT loTICl,
E. WAYIES BROWNE,
S'OURT
iTIENOGRAPBR AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
iLonel sat Parish News.
All stores in town will be closed to
day.
As tbis ls a holiday the post office
w Ill be closed.
Pay your license promptly, so as to
avoid trouble.
This Is the day that you abould at
lead church.
It is saMd that the courthouse will be
completed next week.
The Desonta store is for rent for
1902. Apply to J. G. Wyly.
Read the Town Council proceedings
publlished in another column
The river continues to rise and the
boats are making better time.
Lebmaun's aflh and oyster trade has
been large for the past several days.
The town was erowded with our
country friends on Monday and 'Tues
day.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Ana
McAuley, one of our oldest citizens, is
quite ill.
Tom sad Jerry will greet you this
morning at young Phil's. Drop in and
see them.
I)ow many loving little hearts have
beet made happy tbis morning by
8anta Claus.
Remember that you have only a few
more days left in whieb you bhave to
pay your poll tat
We wiab to remind all persons want
lun job work done that we do It with
nestness sad at city prices.
We are glad to see our friend Mr.
8. B. Kennedy out after a week of
fever, which kept him at home.
With waterworks and electrcl lights,
and the elegant sidewalks Providence
now has, it will be a nice coparisrlon.
Miss Pterl Fisher, looking in excel.
lent beslth, came down from Green.
ville on Moldnay to spend the holidays
with her mother.
There will be Christmas services
this morulnr at the Catholleand Epis
copal chnrches. ServiceS at both
churches ast 10 o'clock.
The past two days were the grraid.
ait ever see in thbis couuntry. Juet to
think the sou ebiltning brigbhtly aud
simost warm enough without fres .
In a short while we hope to enlarge
our;paper considerably, when we will
be able to give our readers more read.
ing matter, and we hope a much better
paper.
Jobhn W. Cootke, one of our beet eel.
ored qitlseons and mercbants, was quite
ick dewing the whole of last week.
We are glad to see him out and st hlis
place of buslaes.
The Isober Lumber Co, are iaru.[
ing out the finest kind of tanks, and
a Nllew Orleans prices This Com.
panul ll1 bhip tatks to any point on
the rler. Send for price lists.
We are gld to see Mr. L L. Davie
very boeh Improved in bhealitb. Mr.
Davie wso in bad health fot three
montb5 or snore, sad biL friends will
be gleid to learn that he s fast getting
back so himself.
Mters Eddle Hamley and Tom
Monuglpery, two of our bright and
protlmiagr young boys, who areasttend.
Ig t*me hristian Brothers' College,
arril last Fridray ou the L)elta ti
spetreite holtdays with their pareuts.
IBLkt Saturday was a good buetlhitrl
business day. MIondatv was a dandy i
sad yesterday a record breaker. The I
iperheste deserved a good betinesS.
They had large stooke to seleet b@oI
id their prices were uot eorxtlbtat.
Mr. and Mre. W. B. Fro.st aIhthdN
will o*e ito town sabout te Lt oti
the year. They will aeepy tes Willer
bouse oI *e hake, now owned by Mr.
Yase·li p~tL Mr. Froet le meavi to
tIowsI his Idre ear attenud s0hool
Mr. Wea. MeCulloch, who Is with
lhOe Obuld eour'vey perty, returned os
mundsy to epeMed the bolidays with
j I l fagillY. Mr. MeCsaloeh itlfrmed
ab9 Tassas ies atdi baM 1weatk*L**
- y~- thai t 9ty weld
MI shI.-'thor -
If took four skiLfe busy Monday alid
l'Tuesnay to bring the people irotm
across the river. It is said that fully a
thousand Misinssippi people were in
P'rovidence each day doing their trad.
ing. They know where to come to
get cheap go,.ris.
The chiltir.n of the Episcopal
Church Sundayv School will he treatedl
to a Christmas tree on Friday evening
at 6:80 p. sn. Several ,olos will be
sung by the children, aiod it will be a
pleasure to hear the sweet voice of lit
tie Frank Artnud.
YOU'I'H AND A(;E.
It's not a question of years. It's
not inecessary to have age and wisdom
to deal with us; we treat old and
youmng alike. All are given equal at
tention. All dollars contain the same
per cent of saving, It matters not who
brings them.
E. J. HAMLEY RE \L ESTATE
AGENCY.
We have only s few dead-bead
cibscriters ont our list, who seem to
thinik that the printer should sendtl
threa the paper anid who get mnad
when the bill Is presented. We adli
scratch tIhe.tn i this week and not
send Ibem thie paper any longer.
Don't forget that you can be served
with aim elegant New Year dinner at
the Opera house by the ladies of the
Episcopal Church. The ladies assure
us that the dinner will be finer than
any in the past. If it does, Iben it will
pay you to go there and take your
dluner.
Cotngresarmma .los. E. Ranusdell re
turned from Washington list Sunday
morning, to remain until after the
holidays. Mr. Rasndell has been re
ceiving the congratulations of his
many friends upon his appoitment on
the rivers and harbors comsmittee.
Mr. Ransdell will return to Washing
ton about the 4th.
FOOD CHANGED TO POISON.
Putrefying food in the intestines
produaces effects like those of arsenic,
but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel
the poisons from clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, curing Cou.
slipation, Billiousnese, Sick Headache,
Fevers, all Liver. Kidney and Bowel
troubles. Only 25c at Guenard'sdrug
store.
Quite a nice little party of young
ladies and gentlemen made the round
trip on the Delta. Those who made
up the party were Mises Ethel and
Joe M*le Egelly, Misses Mildred and
Lucy Barber and Miss Margueritte
Montgomery. The young gentlemen
were Messrs. J. P. Itoon and John Mc
Gee.
The mails arriving at our post office
for the past week have beeau very
heavy. Christmas presents from
frietnds and love ones have been com.
iug in by bags full, while the outgoing
mails have beens taking away many
tokens to far away friends and loved
ones. It Is the joyous season when
many hearts are made glad.
Our synipttbies go out to our young
friend Willie Moore, who has been
collined to his home for the pat two
months with erysipelas in one of his
feet. It is very unfortunate that be
has not. been able to attend to business
for tbis length of time. We were
Clad to see the young man able to be
out Monday, although on crutabes.
REAL ESI'AIE
sure and safe investmeuts everytime.
*There's many a slip 'twixt cup aud
lip,"
Says the proverb old aind true,
But tbere'll be so slip if you come in
time,
or the ba rgaios we offer you."
3. J. MAMLEY REAL ESTATE
AGENCY.
We have not beard whether there
will be mesb movingasboot from one
plasttlion to anotber by the colored
people at the begimlnug of the New
Year. From what we esun learn there
ie very Iltle ceomplaint beerd, wblib
shows that they are eatisfed. To see
bow well they dres, end with their
owsl bses, mules and olce turn outs,
oe would thinak they are prosperous.
The meas friends of Mrs. T. J. Pow
t.e who Is with ber sister, Mrs. M.
Lolise Gthabm, in New Orleans, will
be glad to lear thabt tabl estimable
and popular lady Ie now regallniag her
health. Mrs Powell was very oanwell
when she lets bme as few weeks ago,
bt the 4beal bae4 done her meek
giod sad we. are glad to know her
beaith Is improving anod we hope she
will soon be able to retern.
LOOKING OUT
-pe*iward sad not back. Forget
t des not forget thebar
e.Mhen given you in Real RE
aise. We wiles the NeIw Yior and
abe new eustomeras with real bergalne
to RMea l esma. You as maske the
New Tear a appy one for youroelf by
seing advnathlg of oar New Yar
U. . BAEIYI MEAL Es TE
AGSNCY.
lie. DIttib.Iell eorter, duglter of
Dv. and 3i . DR . n Bic awruvea~r rom
Te-esa se let Fridea to aped the
hodrias a e old Mbre
"Ise got a Suntday nirt,
An' it looks so mighty pert;
My Julie gal she hangs it on de do'
All troo de week-a-days:
An' she do it so, so she says,
For to 'form the folks as bow we isn'
There is many a colored man in
this neck of the woods "dat isn'
po'," and the reason is that the corn
and cotton will grow just as well for
the colored man as it will for the
white man, and the colored man has
an even chance at digging the wealth
out of gle ground with any one. It
may be a case of getting up early
and working late, but there are "no
strings" on the colored man's roos
ter-he can crow es early as any on
the fence, and a colored man and a
mule and a plow "am a powab fob
sho'."
E. J. HAMI.EY REAL ESTATE
AGENCY.
SAW DEATH NEAR.
"It often made my heart ache,'
writes L. C. Overstreet, of Eigin
Teno., "to bear my wife cough until it
seemed her weak and sore lungs would
collapse. Good doctors said she was
so far gone with Consumption that no
medicine or earthly help could save
her, but a friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery and persistent
use of this excellent medicine saved
her life." It's absolutely guaranteed
for Coughs, Colds, Broncttie, Asthma
and all Throat and Lung diseases. 60e
and 81.00 at G(uenard's drug store.
Trial bottles free
Mr. James McCarroll, an old Carroll
boy, who was horu and raised in our
parish, died in Kansas City on the 16tb.
The McCarroll's was one ot the proi-.
nent familiea of sane bellum days. He
was the son of Geo. W. and Sophle
McCarroll and at the time of his death
was 64 years old. There are not many
left now who will remember him. In
1861 be joined the Brier Field Rebels,
under (apt. Archie McNeal, and
fought through the war, and was given
the name of being a brsve and coura
geous soldier. Mr. McCarroll was
married to Miss Katie L. Deeson, half
sister of our fellow citizen Mr. Henry
. Deeson, in 1869 He moved to St.
Louis in 1870, front there to Wvan
dotte, Kansas, and from there to Kan
ass City. lie leaves a wife, three sons
and two daughters, and a miofber and
two sisters to mourn his loss. Peace
to his soul.
THE WORLD MOVES
and alio do the excellent properties
we offer at such tempting prices.
People appreciate rightnees of price
and quality. They keep a close watch
upon the special drives we make, anod
take advantage of them. It's an easy
way nto make money. At present we
are showing flattering Real Estate
Offers.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
AGENCY.
The year is about to close, and we '
want to thank our friends and others
for their kind patronage. We have no
word of eomplaint; our bainues for
1901 has been better than ever before
in the newspaper line and we bave
done double the amouut of job work,
which shows that our friends bare
beenau liberal into patronizing us, and a
bave not senat off for their work. We
bope to reeeive their kind support
during the oeomiug year, and assure I
tbem that we will do all in our power I
to please them. When you have
notices of any bind to insert in a news- I
paper, or first class job work, such as
letter beads, note heads, bill heads, I
statements, contracts, envelopes hc., I
give oas your work to do, and if we I
cannot suit you, you need not take it.
This is fair enougb.
1901 bas not been sueb a bad year 1
for Providence. Itsgrowthb be been
substantial in many ways, and the new
buildings tbhat have been erected show I
that it ,is a substantial growth. Be
sides there has not been a failore, nor I
will there be a plasee to close its doors. I
The busess boouses of Provideace a
seem to have done well, carrying large
stocka of goods and paying their obli- I
gatioes promptly, and if any of them
bave been embarrsmed and bard press
ed we have not beard of it. Our town
is on the upward growtb,and with the
coming of the railroad Ia 1902, you
will see it spread i a shabort time, when
we san boast of a town larger thaa
reeonville.
SAYS BZ WAS TORTURRD.
"I sufered eseb paln from eores I
could hardly walk," writaes H. Bebbi
eon, Hillaboroughb, lii., but B3ekies'e
Arnie Salveo ompletely cared thbem."
Acta like magie oa apraiP, brises,
cat, sores, soad, benr, bolls, s·lea.
pie. Cure pnarasd. P·ries, Se,
at J.1 i tlmmtl d4rmg Mn.
A CAROL.
Y wILLIAM CANiTON.
This gospel sang the angels bright:
Lord Jhesu shall be boru this night;
Bourn not in house nor yet in hall,
Wrapped not ton purple nor in pall,
Rocked not In silver, neither gold';
This word the angles sang of old
Nor christened with white wine nor red;
This word of old the angels said
Of Him which holdeth in His hand
The strong sea and green land.
This thrice and four times happy night
These tidings sang the angels bright
Forlorn. betwixen ear and born,
A babe shall Jhesu Lord be born.
A weeping babe in all the cold;
This word the angels sang of old
And wisps of bay shall be his bed;
This word of old the agels said
Of Him which keepth in His hand
The strong sea and green land.
A babe and Lord. Thou Jhesau.blght-
Let all and some now sing this night
Betwixt our sorrow and our sin,
He thou new-born our hearts within;
New-born, dear babe and little Knlog,
So letten some and all men sing
To wipe for us our tears away !
This sight so letten all men aay
Of Him which spake. and to! they be
The green land and stro'g sea.
The Banner-Demtocrat is issued this
Christmas mtorning so as to give our.
self and our help a little of the pleas
ures of the season, which every one
partakes of. The printer plows along
from year in, to year out, without rest
and very little recreation. lie works
hardwith little pay, acd is deserving
of one or two days rest. So our
friends will please excuse any short
comings for this week, and consider
that we are Just lke other folks-we
want a little Christmas in our'n.
Nearer than Kloukike and surer than
w heat,
More solid than profita you make on
"the street."
Is the money you save on the pur
chases made
In Ilamley'A Real Estate office, the
beat place to trade.
The January number ot The Ladies'
Home Journal is a regular store-house
of interesting facts and good fiction,
and in point of illustrations is otne of
the most beautiful issues ever given
the public. It opetns wifh a page
showing some of Mise Brownell's
artistic photographs, then tells "11ow
Uncle Sam Guards His Millions," and
presents Mr. Kipling's actual experi
etnce in "raising* a t!ahy lion-a really
remarkable piece of writing. Cardi
tal Gibbons contributtes a fearless arti
cle on "The Restless Woman," and
James Whitcomb Riley's "'Home
Folks" are described and pictured.
Plans for A $6000 House and a Gar
len" are given, and Will Bradley
shows the dining.room of "his house."
The editorial page is given up to ex
tracts from sixty-eight letters relating
to the "cramming" system in the
schools. It is pathetically powerful.
In the way of fiction are the second
part of "The Russells in Chicago." the
conclusion of Miss Portor's"A Gentle
man of the Blue Grasp," and of Fred
erick M. Smith's delightful romance,
"Christine," and "The Wisdom of the
Dove," a clever short story by Lillian
Brooks. The pletorial feature are
headed by the second part of The
Journal's picture story of "What a
Girl Does at College," which shows
the athletic side of college life, and
there are two pages devoted to pretty
rural scenes *"Along Country Roads."
Eight pages are given up to the new
fahion department under the editor
ship of Virginia Louis Ralston, antd all
of the regular editorial departments
are excellent. By 'The Curtie Pbliabsh.
nlg Company, Philadelphia Otte dol
ar a year; ten cents a copy.
It's remarkable how mtany useful
presents we ean eshow yon
House Costs, $6 60 to *18.50.
Toilet Cases, $5.00 to $16 00.
Traveling Bags, $600 to *18 00.
Suit Cases, $4.00 to $16 00.
Scarfs, 60c to $2 60.
And everything else for a msan.
Overcoats, S u i t s, Mackintoshebes,
shirts, Hats, Umbrillas, Gloves, Muf.
lers-all iu infiunite varjely--and all of
hem of the "good quality" that has
beeu our watchword always.
Motney back if ntot suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
ion.
WARNER & SEAIRLES CO.,
Vicksburg, Miss.
No one oant reasontablv hope for
food health udless his bowels move
uce each day. When this is not al
ended to, disorders of the stomach
rise, ciliousness, headache dysepepsia
ld piles soon iolioqw. If you wish to
void these ailments keep your bowels
egular by taking Chamberlain's
stomach atnd Liver Tablets when re
tired. They are so easy to take and
sild and gentle ino effect. For sale at
. S. Guenard's drug store.
Last Saturday evening the dress of
drs. Chas. S. Wyly caught on fire
hbile standing near the grate, which
ame very near being a serions seci
lent. Her sister, Miss Decker. had
her hands burned badly in trying to
uot it out. The presence of mintd of
Nie. Janie Trimhle, who was in the
iext room, came to her asistatnce anod
mothered out the fire, was all that
aved the life of Mrs. Wyly. T'he
rlends of Mr. and Mrs. Wyly are glad
hat it was no worse.
It is said that a man over at Knox
he other night on his way home from
own, in pasaing through a grove
eard a strange noise. After investi
ating he found it camte from a mon
ter rattlesnake. It was pinioned to
log by a lurge limb broken from
tree. He set the snake free and
went on his journey homeward un
onscious that the snake was follow
ing. He sat down to supper and in
picking up a spoon which he had
sarelesaly dropped on the floor,
gain saw the snake. He fed it and
hey became fast friends. The snake
rould eat from his hands, wrap
around his neck and hug him, and
sleep coiled up at the foot of his bed.
rhis continued for a week or more.
But one night the man was restless
nad couldn't sleep. He called to the
nLake and be didn't respond as usual,
o be arose, lighted the lamp and be
grs seamsrch for his pet. He found
Ihe snake In the parlor wrapped
around the neck of a burglar, with
ts taNbenglag sen of the open wls4
nw rtlong for te aight watab, N
.Allanvitgons wikb~4 thb.
WHITE'S WHE'S
300 111111 . M.M FOI
CHRISTMAS pRESENTS.
LADIES' ROCKERS.
came Ltl her ald Upblsterd Seat
CLDRENS' ROCKERS.
SRIII1L RUBSs
PILLOW sEAMS.
Lace and E1hrbret
BUREAU AND DRESSER COVERS
GENTS' SILK MUFFLERS,
White, Black and Fancy.
GENT&' SILK HANDKERCHtIEfS.
White, Black Fancy amdL Cleore SIBls
GENTS' GLOVES
TABLE COVERS,
Cheall Tapestry and Facy Worta&
SEWING MACHINES.
THE WEiE,
loe better-few their EQUAL--and will last a lie tims
520.50 to 529.50.
-----NWHITE'S----
THE OLD RJ=LIBLE
PHIL'S SALOON, .'
".ýHEADQUARTERS FOR
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
ký%BILLIA.Rn se POOl PA.R.Lon A
ýý. Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
/ SMoerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
0 "OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
SPhil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
Hill's Big Grocery oose
AND
MEAT MARKET.
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronage sohcited. Guarantee ~wpromptue.
Calll ws up over either 'phone.
A WOMAN'S AWFUL PERIL.
"There is only one chance to save
your life said that is through an opera
tion" were the startling words heard
by Mrs. I. B. Hlunt of Liene Ridge.
Wis, from her doctor after be bad
vatily tried to cure her of a frightful
case of stomach trouble and yellow
jaundice. Gall atones had formed and
she constantly grew worse. Then she
began to use Electric Bitters which
wholly cured her. it's a wonderful
Stomach, Liver and Kidney remedy.
Cures Dyspepsla, Loss of Appetite.
iry it. Only bOcts. Guarsnteed.
For sale by J. S Guenard's druggist.
FOR SALE.-On or after Jan. 1st.
the furnlture antd flxtures of the lake
View Hotel. Can be hought cheap.*
MRs. L. E GARDUAM.
(722 Grove st.1 Vicksburg, Miss.
Get our prices on job printing. We
do first class work.
L, P. TISCII,
Watch-maker and Repairer,
Opposite the Bank,
Lake Providence, La.
Among the tenls of thousands who
have used Chamberlain's Cough Reine
dy for cold0 asand I grippe during the
past few years, to our knowledge, not
a single case has retsulted in pneumon
is. Thos. Whitfield i Co., 240 We
bash avenue, Chicago, one of the most
prominent retail druggists in that city,
in speakiag of this, says: "We recom
nmend Chamberlain's Cough Rnmedy
for Is grippe in many cases, as it not
only gives prompt and complete re
coverv, bit also counteracls any tea
dency of la grippe to result in pnen
mtilaoi." For sale at J. S. Gueuard's
drug store.
COAL at Bell's Ldi
SABOROSO
IS THE BEST
5ct Gigar made.
Guarate to be of the best TObaose.
More SABOIOSO'S are sold thau
any other Cigar They are kept up to
the standard of excellenee.
You can find these irat elt Cigars
only at the stores of
GEO. W. McKBE,
and R. L. MeKgXE Co.
If you would have as appetite like
a bear and a relish for your meal. take
Chamberlain's Stomaesh ad i\Uer
:raLless. They correct 4dlsrdpra of the
*tomaeb and retWlses the liver and
bowels. Prie,, 26 eeets. 8et.ep-
tree as J. . g~ tsrd' eagiers
• . .
BOW TO CURE CiOUP.
M r. R. Gray, who lives near Ameni,
Duchess county, N Y.. ays: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy I. the best
medicine I have ever used. It Is a fnee
children's remedy for croup and never
fails to oure" When given as soon as
the child becomes hoarse oreves.after
the croupy cough has developed, it
will prevent the attack. This shbold
be borne in mind and a bottle of the
Cough Remedy kept at bhand ready for
instant use as oon as these symptoms
appear. For sale by J. 8. Gueeard's
druggist.
GILMOUi'S
DRY GOODS
AND NOTIONS,
FINE DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS.
MILLIMERY.
iPARCY ARTICLbS.
6, 10. 15 and 20ot counter where
many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
ISlPATRONAGE SOLICITED.
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
HOTEL PIAZZA,
VICKSBURG, - - MISB.
UINDR NIW MAN&MkMMT
HAn BIOND,
J. CHANDLER,
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. Tbe serviem of a
first cleas Steward has been secured
and the table will be kept up to te
highest standard.
a Patronage solicited sad saus
faction guaranteet.
T. F. . MosToomNY , P. H. Lome.
MO NTGOMERY
AMD LONM,
OIVIL ENGINEERS AND
SURVEYORS,
Lake Providenee, La.
Lead As** sad esrers easted and Iar
nt1sd. Dlesrtp leasef sd d (
femteoed. Levels a rd premtP e draels e,
simates u r seuskrmeut, dtsekLm g.
Idrllde Ibeldl rde pable itmp vans
f sll klsnd. swre of wns a speelslly.
• eme,o6'li,
SA M G A L A N T Y I w o. A A
-.---DEaLER8 IN---R
Dry Goods, Clothing,
'Boots, and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GO( D
'r ..a.w . V aliloes. Over Mbho
IW'"Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
SAM. GARBER,
Comrner 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
Fine Millinery,
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extremely low.
lnI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
theat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
Tax LAK. PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Poet Offioe or Express Money Orders.
- THE FOLLOWING RATES----
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .06c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10e
$26 and not exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 200
$80 and not exceeding $100. 265. and on up at rate of 2S5 per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to ili out application, Ther are arlso
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE. JR., Cashier.
\\lll{ R.J. BURNEY. lilliI
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Provideaoe,Ls
-Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
verTtherthin for Zadieu.
7iTerytb ingS for cea.. 2tlm
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
a We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give As a call.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
.. J S. 6iLIENARD, ProPrlhtof
•ea 3 e lBteet. Lsa3eeroriCdenoeo. a.
D~ugj, )edigine&, Qhemieal, ~patent Jediuine.
(larries a Ih ll 1lie of Pairt8, Oils, L'a'rlslles,
Brsalles, Yollet Soaps, Peimflrrlery, Books, Fine
Statioqery arnd (lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
* Gee. W. McKee,
heo ld 1.Reliable Gzroe.ry 3oue
-Dealer I-
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All khdAs 8fFaoyy ariy Gr(Ce1'ces
We iavite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
large line of differeant grades of sugar aud cofee. We bay for esht
and semrethe discount, therefore we ean sell for a small proft.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAXZ PfOVYDZVOU, LA.
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We-are able to supply the trpde in large and semil bills of Lumber on
the bshortest notae.
Plaoot2U @ and Caezi d tru
TeaksP o qsiy made to oaue at 1. 0. prioe.
Slingles, Sbhage, BShlgle.
W iOe in liamley Block., Uonnected by Cumlerlsad snd Homno
teriposs. Senad yaour orders to a bome enterprise.
IDi$. Beinad & ,itaud,
3A33n NUILDIES.
LAI PROYIDIBCE , LA.
Boch Tdepoes in om man d real
rden....
SDr. YrankXI Artaud, late Ssrgwom
Major U. S. L. bee returnd sad
formd a puutmuabIp wtlh Dr. Y. R.
All .*wIUW be uewand prejly,
dsy or nomc ý, .Ml a us
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
Letter and BillHeadA,
Enveloes, Statebments
Posters. Orar pwces
we vEQdeWS4
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