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On Bad Wines, Liquors and Gi9ars
The only ,pla.e in Town where First Class Goods can be found is at
...... LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE......
Our Goods are Al and First Class, and we orl' buy direct from
First Hands and First Dealers..
Orders taken for FISH, OYSTERS, VEiETACES i
THE BAN ERB-EMOCRA,
Saturday, January 18, 1902.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
ATTO QEY-AT -LAW
H (cail ]Estate A gent,
LAKE ROVIDEtIGE. LA.
W\ii pr:'tice in the Courts of East
Cai ril. WV et Ciarroll and Mtiadi,
Pardisles, and the State Suptreme Court
J( HN A. MAON'I(,OMERY, Notary i
P IIIt i f-. ( i t11 1 S lte agr.~ltlil r :lid Fire "l
l,- 'iait' A g lit, as i Ina' oim .
Clifton F. Davis, y
1L~eal "Elstate .A.gt., IT
l,:ake li' t ,\ ji'ii'nt., L .A
HAVIN(i ,lUST FINISIIEi) A ('OMPILET
AB THACT OF ALL LHE LANDS IN EASt
ARitOILJ. I AM PREPAREJ) TO FURNISH
t4BTACT8 OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, F
E. WAYLES BROWNE.
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STENOGRAP'ItER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
ilatl andl Parish News.
Toot, tool, toot ! Get off the track
Cotrto seed continues to bring a
Lehmtann's City Council cigar is a
first class smiaker.
A large amnount of cotton has beet
gathered in the past ten dayes.
Half of the first month of the New
Year has already passed. It
Services at the Catholic, Methodist "
and Fiiecopal churches to-manrrow.
The Episcopal church was crowded a
last Sunday, both morning and even- o
Mr. Jack Carey, of Memphis, is vis
Iting Mr. Harbert Benjamin on Home
The river is now rising again at this
point. There Is not much water in
It is said that work will he started u
on the donstruction of the railroad in n
a few date. ii
The proceedings of the Fifth Dia
trict Levee Board can be found in
Mr. tIaypord, the photographer is
doing a large amount of work and is F
giving eatisfaeetou. a
With a few weeks of good weather o
there will be very little cotton to be r
picked in East Carroll.
Last fBunday and Monday the town c
was pareked with stratngers. Some
thinlg Is drawing, them to Providetce.
The great New (Orleans Mardi Gras
takes Jace on Tuesday, February 1lth
Then leut bohitt, lasting forty days.
Twaoor three arrests Saturday night
by Marshal Peck, and the usual Mon
day court by the Mayor with the usual I
The town was beselgel with about
two dozen or more drummers this i
week. They are showing spring
Col. Antd Mrs. P. D. Quays were in
from the Bend on Monday. We were
sorry to see Mr. Quays not in good
Albert Williams was arrested last
Saturda" for entering the house ot
Marcus Jloiws is Winterfield and steal
ing a ganu.
We regret to learn thlat Mrs. F. F.
Monigomerv and Mrs. Clifton F.
Davis have been quite sick since Sat
The John K. Speed, out from Cin
einnati, was at our landig last Sun
day for several hours. A large freight
was put off.
The engineer, who was stationed
here cross sectioning the railroad, was
sailed to Lake Village last Thursday I
The railroad should be given the
rights of way through the river par.
tubes, without any hinderances or
strings tied to it.
"Red Soapper" whisky is sold only
by Geo. W. McKee. it is a first class
grade of whisky and Mr. McKee has a I
big trade on it.
The Fischer Lumber Co, saw mill
bhas been shut down for the present.
Several bundred thousand feet of lum
ber is on the yards.
The big stock of hardware for the
Providence Hardware Co., will com
meonce arriving In a few days. It will
be a complete hardware store.
R. J. Burney is showing a fine line
of clothing in has display window.
The prices on this lot of clothing bhas
been cut twenty-five per cent.
"Cottoo is the profit crop of every I
8onthern farmer who farms; diveril-,
fled crops are the staff of the home."
Every planter should remember this.
The criminal term of court will coo
vene on Monday next, hbl bouor,
Judge F. X. Ranedell, presiding The
grand and petit forors bould be
promptly on band.
There are forty colored people in
the pariah of East Carroll who own
$)800 wprth of property and over,
which Ontitles them to register and
vote st all elections.
The steamer Delta did not pss
down' il Sunday night. We donot
Sknow W re-l hasu eauged bhr
tfme of leIslsg Memphl from Wed
snesday to riday o0r not.
A gent leu:lltl It' to t(own one day it
with his iroii , in his hand. Vt hen asked b,
wherehe was ,ing tI lotate, he s.aidl he
l" IHAMI.FY in the mornting he would
he located It fore night. 'That, is what
it means to have a reputatioln. I
DI)id I loente him? I guess I didl, oi
For he Came to see me as was bid; il
lie was shrt on money, but long on
And 1 trusted himi for a piece of land. rt
'l'o-d yv I know he ie well.to-,, E
And itO ante ltook miV hlapi)n to you:
All that i. ,,ti.d d to ' ak cha h:nt'e.
is sand alid lll Ime mo)ne' iin advance.
Bring your goods and come by day or L
HAMLEY i ill #'e that you land all right;
Sh;it'e'r v i.u Ido. don't fall h, the way,
'lrust in provielrnce i:,A coiime to stay. P
E. J. hIAMI.EY REAL ESTATE 0
Oir nmaill have ten coing lit on g
time for the I+a't week The failure p
to get the New Orleans llai! in the t
morning is a great in conlvehtience and s
worry to ¶the business men. This is c
caused by the, failure of the trains to u
make connection at Vickshurg.
Mrs. Frank \laguire, widow of Mr. r
Frank Maguire, arrived front Texas (
last Friday, and will spend sometime I
with Mr. WV. S. Maguire and wife. a
Mrs Maguire has been living at ElPaso t
since the death of her bnshand, which i
occurred a few lonlltbs ago.
TAKE GOOD CAI&K
Of your money-don't let it get
away unless you are sure tou are get
ting its worth in return. Just now we
are enabled to make ron sonme offers
that you can readily see are great val
ues for the price. Bring along yopir
money and see how fair it .will go by
investing in East Carroll lands.
E. J HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
Houses are in great demand in
Providence, anid there is not a vacaRnt
one in the town. We understand two
or three families want to come here to
reside, but there i nio houoas' that
they cain rent. Some person with
cash could not Invest it to better ad.
Vantage than erecting nice cottages.
The coltisact for the artesian well
has been signed, and work will be
started on the well aseoon as the toed
tiort for the waterworks and light
plant has been selected. The coutrac
was ,lt to the Andrews Artesian Well
Co., of New OrleanRs. The Conmpany
is anxious to start on the well immiae
The Delia took.on board troetl Be4l's
landing last MIonday for Memphis two
hundred and fifiy bales of cotto, two
hundred and twelty-ote bales of i
having been tlrought up frrom awa)
below Vicksburg to be re.ssi.pped to
Memtphis. Thnia is sometlhing 1ew for
cottoin to be shipped up the river from
so far south.
Mr. R. J. Burney is now in charge
of the livery lstable onice mtore, Mr
Peek baring decided to, farm this year.
Mr. Burney las alsa rentedl the Mc
Guiro stable where the hLicksntith
shop was located, where he will keep
his livery teams and have bis stable et
tirely for the une oif tranuient custom
era. Mr. Buriey will keep a irst
cla's stable, and will attend to it hin
Mr. Sam Garber has purchii'sd the
Pittman brick store on the corner of
Lake anld Levee sitrceri, north side.
through Mr. E. J Haitniley, toe real *s.
tate ageunt. We are glad to see Mr.
Garber invest ins Providence real
estate, which will now make him a
ixture here. lie Is a first class man
and a good citizen.
Mr. Line, new maniager of the tele- I
phone line, arrived last Suiday. Mr.
• Evans, traveling auditor, haa also been
here this week. Mr. Line ncriIes to re
lieve Mr. Johnaon, who will leave in a
+ few days for Nashville, where he will
go in the atltice of the Coripalny, We
i relret to see Mr. Johso leave. lie
is an excellent yotutig mnan, and has
Smade many friends in the short time
r, be has been here.
4 Mrs. E. Stein returned from Green
villeon Monday night, after a visit of
a mouth or more to her daughterrs,
Mesdamnes Abe and Sau Blumnt. We
were sorry to learn ihat Mrs. StelIn
awas quite sick white anay.
Mr. Willie Buglev, marnagig the
a plantatibtS of the Iicthardsonu estate
Sout t a MomtliOPilo, waS in town M1nU
day. . is. gllel hoog ya.lly .4gi
.. ld friendis were gIlt t4i a.L.'f I't
was ou bis way to Vicklburg.
Mr. ''. G. Wood and wife arrived
Saturday from Sunny Side, Ark..
where Mr. Wood has been managing A
the large Sdnuy Side property for
several years. Mr. Wood and wife
have come amnong us to locate and the t(
Bltnner-Demnocrat extends them s
h".arty welcome to our town. Mr.
Wood is the gentleman who has ei
tered into partnership with Mr. J. W.
j'i'i,,,s, under the at) le of the Provi
dence Hardware Co. This firm will
keep an exclusive hardware and inlpl'
eenut store, and Mr. Pittman informed
ua that they will keep a full and coim
plete stock always on band. He says
that Alil gin parts and pipe fittings will
be kept. Nelt week their big stock
will comlitien arrlving: s
HERE IT IS-TAKE IT. tl
We'llhelp you to own a home, and
you won't he indebted to us. either. i
We'll provide the property and sell it tI
on terms you can afford, and you'll be e
OUR WAY IS EAST.
You get your bhote at once, pay the
rent to yourself, and soon its yours en- h
E. J. HAM LEY REAL ESTATE d
Dr. C. W. ~hropshire, of Gilbert, t
La I arrived it town on Saturday last c
for the purpose of practicing his pro
fession, and we learn has formed a
partnership with Dr. W. D. Bell, one
of our oldest and best physicians.
Dr. Shropshire is a graduate of the
University of Tennte=see, and after
gradltuatitng went to the Natchez Hos
ptial, where be remained two years.
lie has been practicing medicine for
several vears, and comes highly re
commended as a physician and gentle
Mr. I1. Hamlilton, the hustling rep
resetativeO of the Simmonls Hardware
SCo., of St. Louis, the largest of its kilnd
in the United Stairs, was in tewn last
week and part of this week. lie came
to compete with several other hard
ware drummers in biddiing on the
stock to be sold the Providence Hard
ware Co. Mr. lHamilton carried off
the plum, which was a pretty good
size one, and sold the entire stock to.
this firtm. Mr. Hamilton is well known c
here and is a popular gentlemlan.l
A DEEPl MYSTEk:RY.
It is a Imystery why women, endure
Backache, Headgche, Nervousuess,
Steep!esauess. Melancholy, Fainting
aid i)izy Spells when housatnds have
proved that Electric Bitters will quick.
tly cure sucb troubles. . "I eaff*red for
years with kidney tronhte," write.
1l rs. Phebe t'herley, of Peterson, Ia
'and a lInszmeack paijedl ma.sou ould
,not dress mtve iff ut Electric Bitters
wholly cured ans, aiti, although 73
years old, I now.i*ri able to do all liy
houtieworl..k ºQI. stj ime$h COtIIfP
I lion, improves A. petitel, gi.v4 perfect
heslth. Only 50'c at J. S. Guenard'.
The Masotnic Ldge had a very large
attendance at the n meeting on Mon
I day evetting, and one of bth pleasant
surprises in store for one of its mnem
- her. was i te presentation of a beauni
fil gold Masonic pit,, set with a large
dinatmoitd, to Mr. Phil McGuire, who
has been bthe treasurer of the lodge for
several yearsr, atid who resigned the
respoLonsibhle otce on c-count ol his ab
senoe o mitch fromu the town. Mr.
1c(;uire was greatly sirprised upoii
receiving the t(,ken of teeleen. He is
hIebld in high regard by his fellow
sWe ihandtle all kiuds of Watches,
Clocks anti Jewelry.
J S. 'ILLIKIIN.
ISome buhtsliean men cati't see where
, advertisiing pays. W. N. White, one
of the leading and proeperonis mer
. chaits of Providence, wiho has been
. aldvertising with us for the past ten
Syears, says that advertising does pay.
It is a tnarrow coutrscted tian, who
e iiu £ recognize toe hita~;s o 01Uew
t ipler adverlising. There are mer
I hants lU 'Providence whoi would do a
better busilntes if they would let the
people know that they were alive.
r. Mr. Felix Taylor and selster, Misse
i1 Lela, gave a dance at the Opera Hlouse
a last lThurslnv sveultg in honor of Misse
n Ielen Robiusonu of Giraind Lake, Ark.,
who is the guest of Miss Lela. It was
one of the nicest dances ever bad at
the Opera Ilose,. fully fifty couples
Sbeing present, who danced until nsear
u 4 o'clock. Everyone congratulated
- Ir. t"aylor anit his sister iupou the
pleasant eveuintg spent by them.
e* Mrs. T. J. P*weli returned from
le New Orleans on 'T'uesdayv morning,
aiSd thlte ItUgiy frietndls 4 tlte esteemN d
Slady will be giad to learn thabt sbe is
te restored totgo''' health.
The many friends of our esteemed
n. ciuIen, Judge W. G. Wyly, were glad
It, see him able to be oUt aftler several
.* dis of gLyippe antd sore throat, which
e cotined himn tn his room.
Mr. J. S. Nitllikin ia selling the re
nlainrtlr of hti wittier etoek at cost.
WC he- hl ie saya cOst you can depend on
to it. You en get soume rare bargains
n- at this eture foi ihe rst few weeks.
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Willie Doran. son of Mr.' and Itr..
L. L. Doran, a boy about sixteen years
old, met with a terrible accident last
Sunday near Melbourn, while on his
way to the levee camp of his father.
lie was riding a spirited young sai
mal, and the horse became frightened
at something along the road.aide, and
jumping to one side the saddle turned,
throwing the young boy off,.with one
foot caugut In the stirrup. There is
no telling how far the horse ran, with
the poor boy being dragged and
bumped to death. The stirrup leather
broke, and the horse raw on to the
cmp. When he was found in the
road, he was unconscious, with his
skull fractured in several places, while
his arms and shoulders were horribly
bruised and cut. His mother, who re
sides in town went Immediately to her
boy, who was reported killed. Dr.
Artaud went hurriedly to him, who
reported that his skull was so badly
fractured that nothing could he done
for hint. We learn though that after
being uncouscioun up to Tuesday even.
icg, he had spoken a few words, and
we hope there may yet be some hopes
of saving his life. Willie has been in
several racer with his pony, and could
do almost anvthing with him, and how
the bori-e ran away it is hard to find
out. The parents have our deepest
s mpathy in the sad accident to their
Sheriff J. W. Duunn has made a clean
settlement with the State Auditor for
the last quarter of 1901. It is a pleas
ure to the trieuds of our popular sher
iff to know that be is always among
the very first to make his settlements
each quarter with the Auditor, and to
further know ever cent Is accounted
for both to the parish and State. lie
is now serving his third term to this
high and re ponsible office, and we
doubt if there is a man who can point
to one act ot his that has been wrong.
He has helped many a person out of
the '.kinks" when they did not have a
cent to pay their taxes and their prop
erty was about to be taken from them,
atd there are some who forget too
quickly his generosity int tiding them
over in time of trouble. He has made
an excellent officer, is a liberal citizen,
and takes a deep interest in every
thing that tends to benefit the town
THE MOTHER'S FATORITE,
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
mother's favorite. It is pleasant and
safe for children to take and always
cures. It is intenided especially for
coughs, ,colds, croup and whooping
cough, and is the best medicine made
for these diseases. There is not the
least danger in gtiving it to children
for it contains no opium or other in- "
jurious drug and may be given as con
ftdeutly to a be as to at adult. For
sale by J. S Guenard.
Now that the railroad Is a certainty
of being built through our parish, aibd
within the corporate limits of ProIl
dentce, isn't it about time that our citi
zens should begin getting a move in
regard >o inducing the railroad com
pany to make Providence a division,
and if not securing round houses &c.
to have them give us part of their
shops. Without there is some action
taket, and hard work done at that by
our citizens, we will see it go some
where else. Other plaes above swe
are not uleeping, and we uuder
statid Lake Village anttd Carmel are
already on the move to secure the
dlivilsiou antd will offer good induce
ments to the railroad to locate at one n
or the other of these places. Busineus
met, of Providence should not wait too It
long before startitg this move, which w
would be so beneficial to our town.
Ten Cents For Ten Weeks.
The St. Louis Mirror is a twenty
eight page pap, r, in mtagazinte form, i
edited by William Marion Reedy, sas
siated by a lstaff of contlributtors com
prlsitng the best writers and literary
sauthorities on all current subjects,
social, religious, scientific, financial, b
literary or artistic.
The Mtrror is a weekly review of
met anud affairs; a treasury of short s
stories and good poetry; a paper iu h
which the best books, best plays antl 4
best music are ably reviewed, and all
topics of coutemporary interest are
given carefIl attention. It is the up
to-date paper for the merchant, the
teacher, the protessional mane, the i
tudenit, the politiciatn, as well as for
woman and the home.
If you will send us 10c, in silver or
staimps, we will mail the Mirror to E
eyour address for ten weeks.
TIlE MIRROR, St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. Smith, of the Guyton & Hlar
rlington sales stables, received this
rmorning a large uunber of flue mules. e
lie has the finest lot that has been
here In maty a day. and you will have
aIto trouble iu pickitgmules formaking I
cottou, mules for the levees and mules
Sfor railroad work. He has also just
received a fiue lot of saddle, boggy
s and draught horses. Call and see the
e stock and get his prices.
Last Saturday evening Ed. Johnson
'stole a bolt of cloth from the store of
Mr. W. N. White, and was dishing it
out in ten yard patterns to colored
women when caught. He also stole
d the briddles, collars and lines from the
Fisher Lumber Co. team. Mr. John
son, it wtll be a long time before you
are turned loose.
Mr. Phil McGuire came up from New
' Orleaus last Saturday, after an ab
s seice of sometime, and returned again
to the Crescent City on Wednesday,
j where his striug of horses are quar
d tered. By the way, we haven't heard
1 of any of them coming under the
Swire frst. Mr. MeGulre is one of the
leading and progressive eitisea of
C. Providence, who has large iterestli
Shere, sand we would like to see him
!l quit running around and stayr at homrne.
j .yQLook ! Did you ever wear a
'par of Brown's 5-.8tar-6 Shoes. At
Milliktmu'e you can get them for $50.
WHITE'S WnE'S .
WE MA.AUE EVERYT-IUNMr
CALL AND SEE OUR LINE
AND GET OUR PRICES.
-----WHI/ T E' S-:
THE OLD RELIABLE
PHIL'S SALOON, °
. HEADQiUARTERS FOR
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
: 1 I.IA.A ct Xo.Ia P'A.IIO:R ..
_. Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
W Moerlein IKeg Beer always on hand.
p "OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY. . .
Phil J. MeGuire & Co., Proprietors. f
*Hill's Big grocer Hause
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
m :L0 COO "E, RI Il a) .
Patonage socoited. G~areantee promptness.
Call ur up over either '"phone.
A PLEASING ST.ORY.
We tell you about lands which you
need and can afford to have; we tell at
you how good they are and why you rt
should have them. You'll be pleased hb
with our way of dealing with you. It's
no fairy tale-It's real business.
E. J. HAMLEY RE tL ESTATE A
gfpJUST RECEIVED It A new
line of beds, beaureaus, chairs &c. U
Give us a call and we will do the rest.
At MILLIKIN'S. .
If lots in the town of Providence
have gone up in price from $50 to
$150 00 and $250 00, assessor McRae
should not forget it when bhe makes
his next assessment. It is his duty to
see that the assessment is made ac
cording to the value of property. It i
don't look right to see lots ~asessed at
$25 00 or $30 00 and the owners hold
them at eight and ten times above
what they are assessed at.
Rt. Rev. Davis Seesums, D. D.,
Bishop of Louisiana, arrived last Sat- a
urday evening, aud at both the Sunday
morning and evening service the
church was crowded with his friends ti
and admirers. The Bishop delivered
eloquent sermons, as he always does,
and there are few wbocan surpass him
as a pslpit orator. The choir com
posed of Miss Ethel Egelly, organist,
Mrs. J. S. Guenard, Min Joe Male
Egelly, Mrs. W. C. McRae and Mr. c
Frank Byerley, rendered several E
beautiful hymns, and Miss Joe Male
was highly complimented by every
one for the beautiful solos sung by
the young lady.
agp-We are diosing out a fancy line t
of Shirts, Collars, Cuff's and Ties re
gardless of cart. Call and see.
We hav bhad so much job work ina
the past two weeks that we had to
turn part of it away. We have been
working every night to catch up.
This shows our work is appreciates.
Mr. Joe Caldwell, looking the pie
tore of good health, arrived Thursday,
and his many friends were glad to see
him. He can bW found St the Gnyton
ii Harrington stiblos, ready to talk
horses and mules to you.
After the morning service here to
morrow, Rev. Mr. Boberg will go to
Mayereville where he will hold services
i- the tweilng. From there be will
go to Detea.
3grON&JND tj 3D LADIM'. 8MUT
WAIIrr 1 100 walsti worth .60et4
76cts aid $100. Your eboice at 24ctl.
It Girdles The Globe.
The fame of liucklen's Arnica Salve, 3
as the best in the world, extends
round the earth. It's the one perfect
healer of Cuts, Corus, Burns, Bruises,
bores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons,
Aches, Pains and all Skin Eruptions.
Only infallible Pile cure. 26c a box at
Guenard's drug store.
We Sptrs Neither
To Procure the Very Best.
So that a moment's reflection will
tell you why our Overcoats are supe
rior to the usual ready-made garments.
If you fail to see its superiority,
show It to your wife, or some one's
sister-women appreciate the best
And our superiority is not'in Over
coats alone, but in everything we buy.
Our stock is still nearly perfect in
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atlen
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Cut this out and take it to Guenard's
drug store and get a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach antd Liver
Tablets, the best physic. 'Thbey also
cure disorders of the stomach, bilious
nees and headache. "
Phil McGuire's Is the only place
where you can find "Old Charter," the
best brand of whisky made. It is sold
at 10ct straight. Be sure attd call for
"Old Charter" when you drop In to
a see Phil.
Last Sunday Mr. Nintimo White's
spirited animal became unmanageable
in some way and ran off. We areglad
to say that Nimmo was not hurt,
a neither was the horse, nor was the I
o buggy damaged.
The town authorities should put a
license on cotton seed agents or those
who purchase cotton seed. They have
as much right to pay a license as the
cotton buyer. Besides it would help
e the town exchequer.
" If troubled with a weak digestion,
belching, sour stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Chamberlain's
. Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, 26
o dents. Samples free at J. S. Guenard's
The drama played by our home sal.
eat at the Opera House on Th'rsaday
I evenelg was splendidly rendered and
I thy ot. all out that was in the plty
. The Opera Ilouse wa crowded Next
week we will say more about it.
-SAM GALA.NTY FItED. t.ALANTY
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOC D
'Prunralia o IT aoesO Ov e r' IhoaA
$D'Everpwbing 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--Noth Side.
- DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LA DIES' and GEN T'S Furnishings
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
DlI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
---THE FOLLOWING RAT1ES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00.05c. $ 6.00 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 250 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 application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
1 R. J. BURN EY. 'il
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe,Lga
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Everoythinig for QCenttlem a T
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
apWe 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 us a call.
THE GUENARDDR 4TORE,
.s J S. C.E:NAR , fa&oR
"er-LC. r,,teet,. "r-alk:e P .. nee., Lma.,
ThDug, jIedieine8, GbemiCal4, ~ iine.
(tarries a fhll lrine of Paints, Oils, Ifarnrises,
Brheses, Foliet Moalis, Perfthriery, Books, ]Jgie
gtatioerery ald (lass.
Prescriptions Accurately ed.
Geo. W. McKee,
Tle Old Re)l1Lble GrooeFy "Wou e
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~ds fFa~aoy Iaryily GEti efes
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of Canued Goods. We carry
a large line of differentgrades ofsngar and coffees. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
THE JOS. L FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAZE PROVZDZN0E, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bill, of Lumber on
Sthe shortest notice.
TWongue anid -rove Opreml
SlPloorn~g a O~t lirn,
Tanks of any sire mad to order at X. 0. pdioes.
Shiagles, Shingle, Shiagles.
S)aOflice in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
Stelepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
Did. Bernard & 3rtaud,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Tel6pones In offices ad resi
Dr. Frlnk-E. Artaud. late Surgeon
Major U. S. A.. has returned aod
formed· partnership with Dr. F. It.
da' or night, by eithct of Us.
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
Posters. Our prices
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