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Our methods is Big Sales with Small Profits.
Just received a large assortment of Domestic and Imported
Wines, Liquors ec.
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JOHIN A. Mi)N'G(;)I:EltY. Not:triy
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Clifton F. Davis,
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"TEN)OGAI'IIiER ANI) NOTARY P'URLIC. Wit
loc'al and Parish Ntws. He
There i. very little land turned over He I
for the 1902 clop. J
'lTh' Mayor had a large and inter. Get
eating (docket on Mondlay. Rig
'The railroad is i certaluny and there Sto]
Is no further doubt shout it.
With more residences in Provideuce
there would be more inhabitants.
Court has brought a great many, of last
our country friends town this week. Ilil
We are doing lots of job work.
'Why can't we do your work. send It
The local columns of The Banter- org
Demnocrat are always full and interest- wal
Several of the plantations through. hot
out the parish finished up their crops
last week. rh
When the arteslan well is completed pre
the town treasury will be drained dry tak
of its cash. do
,January 26th. Only $ few daysl
more and the first month of the year
will be no more.
Feed for stock, is going to be aei-. los
ous question with some planters In the plI
parish this year. - a.
The interior of the court houbei obok! e
neat and attractive, and everyone
adtimires it ver mituch.
Lake street looks to be in better
shape since the street and bridge com
tllihre alad it worked. coi
The river is now falling again at this so!
point. We are lucky If we eseape high
water againt this year.
There is a large business before the f,
court and it will he kept quiti busy to
fiteh up itt two weeks. ..
The name of the railroad is the i
Memphis, IHelena and Louisiana Rail- do
way. So remember this.
The proceedings of the meetisg of tb
the Police Jury were handed in toe a
late for publication this week. Ah
Judge W. (i W ly informed us last
week that he had about a hundred
bales f cotlton yet to pck. or
plss Maud lHarris., of EdwarBiMl, '
arrived last week on a visit ib Mrs. t
Moore and suo, Mr. E. B. Moore. "
Mr. B. F. Miller, who owis the Bell1
property downi on Fourth street, is
building an addition to his home;
The Judge's stand in the new couirt
bouse is about two feet too high. We
understand that it will be lobaed
that much. h
Mr. Ileury Kroneuger, a r elesm .
planiter ol the second ward, told us on
IMonday that he 'had a great deal of
cotton to be picked. d
A good place to put youtr polly.
*tfe keeping is the Lake Providence
Bnil.. Hiding it in old thin O. or in
the lsck lot is unlmea.
1, R J. Buruey is running a first
claa hlvery slabh-. i)rummlnt~ cat
find first clra teams and Ils. claess
drivers at this stable.
Mr. Tom Gilliam, one of best I
c(,tton plantlers in the pari·th now
slmataging the plantationl 0V E.Wr
(Cotistant in the second wad,
The cotton reeeipts at te- o iutngs
are fast falling off, which aboW# ahat a
ofew more weeks of good wther
woild find very little more to be ship
You can get some rare. .s i
overcoats, clothuing ' a V
store. Mr. OarbeVr itaMOds tet r
-of all winter clothing and is selling at
Clothing, underwear, suee Il
bosiery muand gloves at Millikln' titl
sold st cost. You will sies sot#n
bargains by missing the sale n**h I
ing at this store.
Miss May Beard had the mitlortu~e
to lose a soltaire diamond a few days
ago. Miss Beard will pay 4 liberq
reward to the finder of the dialmoad:
fjee notice in another colomla.
At the opening of oourt lt- +!
day morning tbere were fifetbs.p
oners conuined in jail and abos twen-a
ty.fve out on bold. 'e,bM
than two weeks work for tjh
You can get any kind of fancy
41e at the plailnog .i11 1
"on't send away for any notil yo
wnat catr be turned out at home.
Factory corner Levee and Second
Ji O .t I
It o lit t
/ stor e,
S lk 14) hile
Thr is virt te rod" said the poers
There is virtue in the rodi and he
man who does not know the inde- churt
pendence o if a ma who owns his for
own cotton fiel ani who is not two
obliged to work by the day for some o
pene else and then pay two prices for Rev.
corn to make his corn-pone. for at
hldepenlent is l the farmer, the
With his eatt r. tnd hi ourn;re
With his coltton d tled fr market,
When hear i hers te Christmas hrn.aid of
He is lord of all his acres; somi
He is kitd wiof thin rt his me thome
With his queen siting aneside him,at goes bro
are lohas no deire to roa kind is the
Su juswho des not buy your land of the e- ch
Get a farm a be content not two
light now buy your laud of soHM e EY o
e Stop that everlasting rent.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
corn to m AGENCY. for
MWitr. and Mrs. Wood, wo arrivedrect
list week, are domiciled in the C I. Eet.
lill residence, Mr. Wood having pur- war
When he hroerty. Mr. Wood iChistthe horn.
partner of Mr.J.W. Pittma,ad have o
org just buy yoe ake nd of idene Hard- ue
Court convened con Monday, his
hoor., J.tlgg.E, X. Randell preST ding.E
The ill resid and petit jurors were
Spronsptly "Mr. Wooaand it did not ca
ry take otug for the grand jury to get
art er J. W. r Pitman, anas ore have hif t
Co urt. W. convened on M, ho was in and
i- .towuo last Stauday, told llu that the l
e planters of the second ward had made tri
* sTpron- suMty large crop of cotton last
ry yeaalond titf the Asid were yet white
no with the fleecy itaple. lie said it of'
'wotitd teke iometime to gather t.naming
41 The il. WBros. brCoek store, on the Re
orners of tLake and Levee streets, was
Ssd tSam arer. of coton last
gb "lenmade the saleP Co
Why. ii AMLEY the Real Estate man,yet white
t of course. _ _
to ,-aYord, the br stogrape, on ther, is t
or iKpt bsy trndg out e lhtee, eas- en
I e photographs for quarter of auo
gb dollr. f be peotograpl do's uit a'
of t Bhy AMee4 pt be take. Hate winll re
to maintedy a ahort time longer,and ou i
ihoull Call before it is too late. ro
e We siderstand there I* a movement
an .oot by the stewards of toe Meiho.
.tdt etaburh- to have their beautiful
rci. chuerch moied to the pareonage lot Lt
blal bs the church face lDavis bt
street, itud sel4bhe lots bthat the church sti
w tatnds oa. This is a good move. th
-tit iThose Iwo antils still remain on top th
We t~ , o where they were tatken o
ed 4iiitaU week by a crowd to
have some fun. The person who owns
6ttiitfouot seem to care much, or he
Swould have them removed. They will
disappear soote night pnd then be will
tne Py af the big stock of the Lake
r n Providence Hardware Co., arrived
yesterday. When the eutire stock of
ca this company is received, you need not
lass have to seud away yr o anything. You t
will fnlud it right at this plce. This I
best somethlil LProvldeusOe has peeded for V
We ouhie ia the Sunday New Or
lings leo eRMprsetht "Graciousn," one of
isat aM Y#.'!. Mceuire's horses, was iu a
rthsr six furlong race and came out next to
ship- last out of ten started. This wou't do I
old friend1 we axe anxious to read of
Syour hliorses coming under the wih
ig at The steamer Chalmette put off a
large lot o .cotton at Bell's landing
lag 9u)lir evelning whcJ was re-ship
i ,e4 9-theateanmr LooelNowlsnd for
MempltL. T''his cottoo came from
dP r , t. · Joseph, uad mesl the
co ish" bip ent ( 'hie klind. The
y ~owlad camq.up in a few hours after
er the halmetti aid took eb board this
O.: IOWLL &VM aONEY.
Yes t~*jb ythel future if you sve
twie-,, ms atd we ea holphyouW
ba, ny.Our best mason for
mcoud I ivie and let live is a good moto.
Don't be selsh and all for yourself.
Several of our citizens have spoken for hi
to us this wee: in rgtard to the letter pound
box in front of the Guenard drug the nia
store, and to call the attentioe of our the l
accntmodating postmistress in nmov- Now
iIg it to the court house corner where the tie
it will be of some benefit. As it is leavin
located now it is certainly no bhenefi' be hat
I to anyone, it being within fifty feet of
the post office, anId no trouble for per- Les
soIS to, step across the street to the w'as
post otlice to deposit their letters.Neva
.'lese boxes are placed on the,"eets by ho
for the convenience of the public, and treme
it this letter box was removed to this to bit
corner it would greatly betefit a large satift
number of people. We believe that tre of
Mrs. Taylor will do this. It may be a taken
little more trouble for her, but she hard,
should do this for the benefit of those and
persons living In that part of town. his e
One of the lowest things we have acted
heard lately was steallug the bell out for hi
of the-steeple of the colored Baptist part.
church on Sparrow street, down near Marti
the fair grounds,one night this week. tug, t
'T'he preacher, Rev. B. L. Green, has rende
no idea who could have done such play.
a low trick. The flock of this part,
church have not been harmounious is at
for sometime, and it is split up in to do
L two factious, and they became Mr (
so wide apart that sometime ago dide
' Rev. Steven Green, who was in charge as -J
for several years was ousted. Part of mo
the congregation went with him and was I
erected a church in 'Soldier's Rest. real
Now the stealing of the bell will open IMr. I
up the war again and there may be uine
some hair pulling if the bell is not there
brought back, as it is claimed that the on tt
other side knows something about It. to hi
g-tT;oiug off soon to buy my spring Kate
and suttmer stock. My winter stock ney
of goods will go at reduced prices. style
.J S. MILLIKIN. 'Ihe
A killing took place up on the that
d Paniola plantation last Saturday night.
d Emily Jones killed her husband iay- of gt
r- ward Jones, (both colored) with a day,
18 small stick by strikinug him on the side
re of the head near the temple. The stick It
. used was about two feet long and very Bacl
light; aud It would seem almost im- Slee
possible for a blow from it in the bands and
of a woman to, cause'death. It is said pro'
g. that they frequently quarreled and ly c
re Jones had whipped her on several oc- yeal
at casions. Saturday night be became brs
angry and started to flog her when she "ans
turned on him with the stick, killing not
him with one blow. She was arrested whb
in and is now in jalljand as court Is in ues- yea
be dion she will no doubt have a speedy hou
de trial tint
ite A few days ago Mr. Frank Constant, dru
it of the second ward, who is one of the
largest cattle breeders in the parish, '
received twenty head of magnificent the
he Red Poll cattle from Tennessee, which ary
now gives him a herd of,,about fifty
cows and several bulls. In a few years AR
tn, more Mr. Constant will have a fine
start and will be independent of cot
is ton crops or anything else. lie is au
iu- enterprising young man, has invested sm
a a large amount of money and deserves pli
nit success" hot
Ir You have beard about'the amus
ing story of "why the cow crossed the
road." Millikin's clerks can tell you
ent something more pleasing to your ear.
Give us a call- tht
ho- . y
iful The plaining mill of the Fischer
lot Lomnber Co., located at the old brick ei
ivis building, corner Levee and Second t
rch streets, raised steam last Saturday for
)ve. the first tlime. We understand that
the machiuery for making furuiture
will arrive shabortly, and theu the fac. t
Sto ory will be a busy place. This is
w quite a progressive step for the Fiscb-h.
he r Lumber Co., and it deserves the
wili support of every one in the parisb. sa
wi liRemnember you can have your tanks of
made at NeLew Orleau prices, which is a
big savlng to you. t
il A HARD PULL. t.
t of You can't enjoy the comfort and R
ot- appi~css on the daily road of life un
Yoless you take advantage of the condi
tLions that surround you. We help "
i vyou.to save both in effort and cash. ci
for We make it easier for you in many
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE "
Or. AGENCY. K
in a Those who compose the grand jury '
xt to are: J. W. Crump, foreman; W. EI
't do Dunnuu, W. il. Montgomery, F. T. Con-I
td of instt, L. C. Pinkstou, H. M. McGiuty,
w Jas. Beard, Jr., M. M. Goodwin, Will
Snoddy, L: B. Watt, J. N. Hill and C.
E. Davis. We learn that a large
amount of busluess was brought
adion before the grand jury, which kept it
ship- in sesion until Thursday evening.
Item The road to the laudiug was re
a the paired and put in first class order by
The the street nd bridge committee last
after week. A good asie embankment was
c this thrown up and, the road thoroughly
cordnroyed la' the low plces, aud
also the ditches were opened up, which
: save should give a good drain and make the
!oa road munk better In bad weather.
as 4 This was a good move on the part of
the street sad brIdg eommitte*,
pWhatt's is a a·us? Go to J. S.
If.. Mtllikin's and yoee will see wVy hias
store is caled the Mammoth. There
moto. is a bargain in the nomti.e 'tesin", ainl.
self. plenty of giod service.
For several years pat bridles, sad
dies and even horses and miule hare
been stolen from the bitching racks in
town on Saturday nights aen the
town would be crowded with col
ored people. It was an easy. thing
to get away with such things
and it looked like almost an im
possibility to catch the thief or
thievee; but last "-aturday :-night .a
negro was caught in thbe very act of
taking a bridle. Major Piles, a large
colored man, is the one who caught
the thief. Major was goinglto his
horse at one of the racks and had coma
up to his animal when he saw Bill
Dorsey take a bridle from a muleand
start off with it. Major gave chase
and caught the thief, who turned aud
showed tight, but Major was too much
for hinm and gave him a first class
pounding. " Major turned him over to
K the narFhl, and he is now waiting for
r the i)istrict Court to do the rest.
Now if some one will catch up with
the negroes who do the shooting on
5 leaving town Saturday nights they will
s be handsonmely rewarded
Last Thurhsday night the Opera House
was crowded to witness the play
S.Nevada or the Lost Mine," rendered
as by home talent. The play was ex
ad tremely hard, and it took good acting
i to bring it out; which was done to the
satisfaction of all who had the pleas
at oue of seeing it. .,Nevada," the part
taken by Mr. E. F Guenard, was very
be hard, but the young gentleman did well
and received many- compliments for
hiis excellent acting. Sir. J. L. Ken
ned3y, as "Vermont "an old miner, has
ye acted before, and it was an easy matter
ua for himu to do everything that is in a
st part. .'Silas Steel." a missionery, Mr.
ar Martin Hanley, was the fun of tl-e even
'k. tg, and .'look out for paint" and his
as rendering of his part was the best bf the
cl play. Mr S. B. Kennedy, who took the
)ii part of '"Toni Carew," a young miner,
us is at home on the stage, and never fails
in to do his parts to the pihk-of perfection. G
rue Mr Carroll Beard, as D1)andy Dick,"
go did well, and also, Mr. -oyal Powell,
'go as "Jerdeu" the detective. Mr. Nim-"
of mo White. as Win Key, a Chinaman,
,nd was up-to-date, and it would take a
>st. real Celestial to get away with him.
ten a r. C F. Lipmannn as' Jube." a negro
be mainer, was at home in his part, and
Dot there is none any better. He has been
the on the stage before, and at comes easy
it. to him. The three young ladies. Misses
Ifu Kate Sitton, Eva Davis and Pearl Bur
rck ney rendered their parts in excellent
style, and received many compliments.
'lhe receipts were $130 00 which shows
be that there was a crowded house.
t We understand that they are talking
sy- of getting tp another play at an early
a day, which we hope they will do.
tide A: DEEP MYSTERY.
ick It isa mystery why women endure
ery Backache, Headache, Nervousness,
im- Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting
nds and I)iazy Spells when thousands have
maid proved that Electric Bitters will quick
and ly cure such troubles. ", suffered for
oc. years with kidntey trouble," writes
sme Mrs. I'hebe Cherley, of Peterson, Is
she "and a lanme hack pained nme so I could
iug not dress myself, but Electric Bitters
sted wholly cured ate; and, although 73
mee- years old, 1 now am able to do all tmy
hed housework." It overcomnes Cousalipa
tion, improves Appetite, gives perfect
health. O(uly aCc at J. S. Guenard's
the drug store
T'he Woodnreu should uot forget to
Sdrop I, and pay clerk Dee McKee
cent hbeir assessments on the 1st of Febru
ears ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PLACE me
tine TO PUT YOR MONEY? saf
cot. Our long list of properties iicludes cui
many unusually good opportunities for cot
p rofitable investments. in hlrge or
sted small amnounts, as well as numerous COt
rves places specially atldapted to the needs of for
hoane builders. ill you conseult our lea
mum- E. J, HAMLEY REAL ESTATE jur
I tbe AGENCY.
ear. Several white nmovers pased l
throtughi town onMonday, bound for
West Carroll, where they said they
cher would fsrai this year. There were
ac eight or ten people, four or- five wag-.
cond s, about twetty head of' cows and cu
y for several ker dogs. They don'a like ne
tat the bottotm eouutry where they can
tre fake three tiles as much as they can .
on the bill land, but it seems they a
would rather go to the hill country. yc
a the The New Orleans Sunday States e
arltsb. says that "Rev. W -'S. Slack, formerly
tanks of Washingtont and other towns on the
h is a Texas and Pacific Road, has accepted
the rectorship of the Mount Olivet
EpIscopal church, in Algisers, atd will
take charge on the :lst of February.
t and Rev. Mr. Stack mide a suaceeeful im
e un- presslon when he preached his initial
: help isernon froma the padpit of the Algiers al
cash. church oat l;a1 Stataday week.' b
many The conuiiittee selected by the s
'ATE Town Couuc]l to purchase a suitable ti
loction for the waterworks site, pur- t
chaseld threa lots owned' -by Capt. V.
Id jury M.. Pul'dy, situated bick of the M-c r
W. EiGOuire property, occupied by Max
.o Levy and fronting Hleury Jones'
Giuty, prop'rly. The price paid was $150 a
, Will lot. It is adesirable location for the
d C. pist.n WVork should start soon on
large[ sinking the well. I
e- t it r. O. P. Hamilot of The Fsmous,
S returaed last S·aturday evenaig from
his trip to Cincinati. He rematined a
as re- few days iu Vicksborg with his sisters
'der by before rets urtnig ione. Mr. Hamtl
,e last ton told us thlat while in Cincinnati he
nt waslhad purchased a beautiful linhe of
'oughly spritg and sunnmer clothing, shirts,
, , nd and ud many other thinags for their grow
,which Ing trade. They are-now selling all
ake the clothing on hand below cost.
esther. ' If you have' a Oe watch to be
part of cleeaned or flate jewelry to be repaired
I- see Mr. Tisch, who garantees all
to J. S. "
,-, bs The town was crowded on Memdey
hhere with coantrty ,people. They" bad a
a"", ,and r.'oah tarae in riding home ina the mud
I antd c/cl.
s WsH EfIlTE
We have received tro the Factory another
shipment of these
glGF gORADE ' ACAIGNES,
and the close cost price at which we are
sellitg them puts them within the reach of
Fancy heavy bent cover, drop leaf,' two drawers at
left-band side of table and center drawer, $27.50.
Fancy bent cover, drop leaf, one drawer at each end
of table, and center drawer, $26.50.
Artistically fnished bent, cover, drop leaf, three
drawers at each eu(t of table, and long push center
D. H. Finley fintahed drop head machine, one drawer
at each end of table, panel front, scd long iron legs,
D. H. Elegant finished drop head machine, two
drawers at each end of table, panel front and long iron
WI .. N. White, Agt.
T/E OLD RELIABLE
. PHIL'S SALOON, .
q Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
$=LT .gRDa cb POOL pRA.RLOR P
y 0 Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
,S Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
Hill' Big Gricr House
We Carry a:Complete and Fine Line
Patronage soliited. Guarantee promptneass.
Callt us up over eitbler" 'phone.
THE MOTHER'S FATOitrE,
(:hamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
mothe'r's favorite. It is pleasant and a
cafe for chbildren to take and always ro
cures. It is intended especially for be
coughs, colds, croup and whooping Ao
cough, anud is the best medicine made
for these diseases. There is not the O0
least danger lu giving it to children
for it contains no opium or other In.
jurious drug and may be given as con- th
fidently to a be as to an adult. For tb
sale by J. S. Gresard. sO
Cut this out and take it to Guenard's
drug store and get a free sample of tr
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver re
Tablets, the best physic. They also
cure disorders of the stomach, bilious- to
uess and headaebe.
.About the happiest man we have u
seen en the streets this week was our 1s
young friend George Ashbridge, cans- "
od by his wife presenting him with a
handsome boy on Tuesday night. a
,ilad to know both are doing nicely. I
\Ve beard that George has already P
t given him a name, Burney Asbbridge,
in honor of hiagrand-father, our popu
lar citizen, Mr. R. J. Burney.
Messrs. Jesse Naile and Dr. R. L. r
Burwell, who ownu fine plantations in
the Bend, left last Friday for their
homes in the north, after two mouths
e spent on their plantations. tThee geo.
le itemon willingly gave the'right of way
r- to the railroad to pass through their
T. property. They know the. need of a
c*l railroad, and the benefltrit will be in
aI many waysve t our parisbh--t their
*' property, to the levees and to quick
no Judge F. X Ranedell's eobrge to the
grand jury on MOaday morning, wea
s very strong, especially to carrying con
Scealed weapon and the Sunday law.
sa He has been highly complimented by
In those who~eard him deliver it to the
11- grand jury. Judge Raedell I^t
he made a model Judge, and there is one
of thing that can be said of his hotor-
he doesn't carry water on both shbol.
Sderr, nor is he afraid to earry oa the
all strict letter of the law.
No use to ask you have you seeb the
be large sign of the Fishaer Lumber Com
pd paoy. You eau't help but see I. It
li ever the row of buldings in the
flamley block, ged it to 0te feet ride
lay and abopt asvesnty-ive feet elg. The
wd w'k was dooe by one of the mee at
the mill, and is a first ehlass b.
It Girdles The Globe.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, L
as the beat toin the world, extends
round the earth. It's the one perfect
healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises,
soree, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons,
Aches, Pains and all Skin Eruptions.
Only infallible Pile cure. 26c a box at
Guenard's drug store.
Mr. Crabtree, who lately purchased
the desirable lots on the lake, next to
the property of Mr. J. C. Bas, bhas
started the erection of his residence,
and we learn will build a pretty home.
We are glad to know that Mr. Crab
tree and family will now permanently
reside among us.
The Providence Hardware Co., has
taken out a license for selling pistol
cartridges. This store is the only
place in the town or parish that has
taken out the license, which is neces
sary before pistol cariridges can be
There is a law against cruelty to
animals in this State, and some of the
Italian fruit peddlers who drive their
g poor stock almost to death, should be at
made to know it. It is a shame the
way some of them treat their horses.
We learn that Major Gordon was
called to St. Louis last week by the
railroad company. Just as soon as
the rights of way have been secured
god recorded, work on the construc
tion of the railroad is assured.
I Mrs. G. 0. Robertson and daugbter,
of Simmaport, La., arrived the first of
the week, on a viwit to their son Eastis,
r and .Rev. J. Engler I)euson and wife. t
a They will remain a few week, and we
in wish them a pleasant visit.
S The progresive citizens should not
k sleep too long before making a move U
for Providence, in trying to get a divei
ion of the road as soon as work on
It the road bas been started. Let the
citizens start the move.
n- Hon. D. M. Evans, Jr., arrived from
w. Tallulsh last Sunday evening so as to
be on hand at the opening of court on
Monday morning. Mr. Evans looks
hwell and his many friends here are
Me glad to see him.
If troubled with a weak digestion,
belching; hur stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Chamberlain's
he Stomach and IAver Tablets. Price, 26
dets. Samples free at J. 8. nuemard's
Mr. M. U. Goodwin has rested his
place to Mr. Peek. Mr. Goodwis sad
.I family have moved to town to reside
Ie for the presest.
Miss Mabel Robinson, left last Sa
lbe day evening for her home in Lake
at Village, after a pleasant yisit-of a few
weeks to Mima [la Taylqr.
..... -FRED. (;ALN T : .
S A M G A L A N T Y ,g.. uAf
S - DEALERS IN-
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOC L
"r'r .B, V a oomes. O r'er fiboa.
W+E verpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
7THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Corner Lake and Levee Streets--North Side.
- DEAL,ER IN---
Diy Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fade, and our prices are extremely low.
1WI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one.rigtt.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THu LAKE PRoVIOENCE BANK issues Baiwk 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 RATES-----
Not exceeding $ 5.00 ,05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not, exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80. 20e
$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 'illout sappllition. Th'I'ere are also
'other advantages over P. O. or Express wmtey orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKXE. JR., Cashier.
'g1"I R.J. BUtRNEY. ,I
Bernard Building, Lake StreetLake Providence, Las
I - Ddoer d4
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
7v7erytthing for Ldiesda .
37 oryurhiswa*i Qenstloeano
A FULL LINE OFr GROCERIES.
Ia"We are here to stay, and by fair and ,hoaest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicityotr business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J S. L N n maRon
, Ofuga, fpedieineg, ghemi at }iait Eeditine.
(?arries a fIll liii e of Pi t , Oi1B ifarrislhes,
Brhlsies, Woliet Soaps, P i y, Ebols, Yne
at Statiorery ard Glass.
,d Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
. Gee. VW. McKee,
Tbh Old .Itel.table cGrocery ECouse
ba -Dealer I
S Fine Whiskies, Wiihek and Cigars,
be All kis ds 4FFa1oy 1aPily Grr~eties
to Weinvite you to call and see our Stok oftanued Goods. We carry
tbe alarge line of different grades of sugai;sad coffee. We buy for cash
be and seoure the discount, therefore we cn sell or a small profit.
trTHE JOS. L. FISCHIER LUMBER .CO.,
L- L4E PROVDENOE, LA.
a of We are able to supply the trade in lirge rad small bills of Lumber on
wife the shortest notice.
Tongue and GroVTe Cyypres
ot Floorixnllg axd COeilil.
* Taks of say asoe made to order at N. 0. prices.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
li'OfBle in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
from telepones. Send your orders to a bomrne enterprise.
I)q. Bernard & ArL'aud,
PHYSICIANS AND SUIREANS.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Telepones in offices aud resi
Dr. Frank E. Artand. late Snrgfeon
.Major U. S. A.. has returnled antd
formed a partnership with L)r. F. R.
All calls will be answered prounitl.,
ay or Dight, by either of ua.
We do all kinds -
of Job Work.
I etter and BllHieade
i.Po'ters:' Our. pric