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G UT! N PRICES
Our methods is Big Sales twith Small Profits.
Just received a larte assortment of Domestic and Imported.
Wines, Liquors bc,
RECEIVE WEEKLY FRESH FISH, OYSTERS, CELERY 8.
LEHIIMANN'S JUG HOUSE.
at trdtlay, MarcI h , 1.(i".
Jos. E. Ransdell,
HRal Iistate Agent,
LAKE i ROVIDENGE, LA.
Will lpraotice in thlle Courts of Ea'st
Carltll, % e% t C(:arr,:oll d M1:-i.-o,
Parishets, and the State Suporemte C(oIrt
JOHN A. MONT(;OMEIIRY, Notary
Putdie. ('iurt Steno( tlll"her and Fire
ln urani ce Ag, it. is in mly ,iolice.
Clifton F. Davis,
It t al 3I0state A.- t.,
Lake Provid(ence', La.
IAVIN(G JUST FINISHIIE A COMPLET
BHTIRACT (If ALL 'liI: LANDS IN EAS!
"A ARIOIL. I A 31 PREPAREI' T'r FUlRNISH
4BSITACTS OF TITLES oN SHoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLEs BROW NE,
FTFNOGRAI'HER AN,I NOTARY PrI'I.TC.
(Local and Parish News.
'The Ctumberland telephone people
See Professor Moses, the optician, at
Guenard's drug store.
Patronize the stores that advertise.
They are liberal and should receive
Miss Eva Davis, who has been via
sting triends in G(reeuville, returned
Monday on the Delta.
Everything for the flsberman can be
found at the hardware store of the
I'rovl:ience Hardware Co.
Navigation hs beent resumed on the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and hosts
can now leave Cincinnati and St. Louis.
One or two pure white robbins were
killed last week by sportsmen ant
brought to town. The birds were
quite a curiosity.
Perhaps the levying in of the St.
Francis country will demonstrate tlhe
height that our levees will have to be
on the coming spring rise.
The Town Council met in regular
monthly sesniou on Thursday evening
atnd transacted a large atmont of busi
ness. lProceedings next. week.
The planters have been hustling
this week. and a large amount of lanit
has been broken up. They are going
in with better spirits this year.
We notice in the last issue of the
MaRereville Spectator that Mrs. Leach
had given birth to a bov. Here's luck
to our friend Leach and graud-pa
s Mr. R. J. Burney and daughter, Miss
Pearl, left Monday on the Delta, I)outnd
for New Orleans. They will spend a
few days in the Crebceut City before
We understand a mall was in town
on Monday securing laborers to clear
the right of way for the railroad up
near Ashton, between Pilcher'a Point
and the Arkansas linie.
Busiessa keeps up well with our
merchants, which shows that there is
money antlolig the clotto raisers. We
predict that business will be good dur
itg the coming sumnmer.
'rhe Banner-l)emocrat wishes all the
advertising patronage that it can get,
but if we hiave to beg for it, and then
have to cut our rates down to nothnlug
to get it, we don't waut It.
District Attorney D. MI. Evans left
for Tallulah yesterday, after being
here for a civil term of court. The
district atorney is a popular gentle
man and has mauny friends in our par
Mrs. Emma Bell Barrett, arrived
Tuesday evening on the Natchez to
visit her famiily. Miss Emma has
many frientds it her oldi homte who will
be glad tolcarn that she is here on a
W. N. White's big stock is now ar
-iving. Mr. White has madte a large
selection of Monarch shirts, the heat
made, and the shirt that gives esat·ifac
tion. See White for your summer
Mr. H. Stein, the hustling represen
tative of the wholesale whisky and
clgar house of Marx & Scharfl of
Natchez, was in town for a few days
this week. Bud covers a big territo
ry, has a host of friends and sells lots
Our friend Hugh Montgomery, the
stirring manager of the plaaitntg in
terests of Congresmant Rantdell, slip
ped off to Vicksburg last Sunday, go
ing via Bllantoi. T'he bo)s have it it,
their uoggius thle business that took
him to the Hlill City.
The McGutre gin,down In the lower
end of town, had turtued out eighteen
hnndred bales of cotton up to last Sat
urday eveninig. This gin lost about
two weeks in the busy season on ac
count of broken machinery, which
caused it to lose a great deal of cotton.
We will have some water--and only
those who bare "watched the river for
the put twenty years" can tell us to
.n ioch or so, how much water we are
gonlog to have. But the Ohio, Misis-.
l appi, Telsessee and other rivers are
boomonig which means very much
If vyu are in the undignified pose.
Of bing on the fence
As reg:ards the p nrchase of Real Estate,
Ilaihly will help Vol hence.
If you are debating on the fence,
And can't decide what to do
About tr:adlig that house for another
Hlamley's the one to help you.
If von are uneasy upon the fence.
Alnd w:l.d like to have good ad vice
Rltgarding that C1 press Timber Laud.
lia itley will aid in a trice.
If you would like to get off the fence,
And know what is best to i(do,
.lJust ask Mr. I Hamley to help you down,
For lie has helped not a few.
1 lTHE E. J. HAMtLEY REAL EsTATr
Mrs C. E Vat l)enuen, of Kilburn,
Wis. was afflicted with stomach troun
ble and contllpaetion for a long time.
She says, 'I have tried many prepara
tions btlI none, have done me the good
hI halt tChaber ain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have " 'lThese Tablets are for
sale at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
Price, 25 centt. - Satmples free.
e The street and bridge committee
might spend a little money in putting
t the corner pump in working order.
This pump is a great convenience to
every one, and especially to people and
stock trout the country. The money
e could not be better used than in driv
ing a new well at this corner.
Luby, Jack and Everette Pinketon
and Constant, Aley and McGinty were
In town attetodiug a meeting of the K.
e of P. on ''uesday evening. They came
e in to help put acandidate through the
first rank, three through the second
and one through the Knight rank.
'[There was a lime had at the meeting.
Mr. Gaylord anit wile, of Denver,
Col., pas e,!gers on the Delta, walked
up to town on MoNtday while the boat
e was putting off her freight. They
were very mlluch impressed with Provi
tdence, and were heard to reimark' that
they had seent very few srnall places
that looked as pretty and nice as our
r A lively Time.
You must not be surprised at the
offers we make. We propose to make
it lively for the trade, and you get the
bienefit. We doubt but that you will
find something here to tit your need,
and every price will fit y.our pooket
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
The steamer DI)lta will lay up fot
repairs oni her arrival at Memphis this
trip, and the s!eamer Ferd tlerrold
will take the place of this boat until
tier repairs are completed. The Her
rold will leave NMemphis oin Wednes
(lay next, the 12th instant, and every
Wednesday thereafter until further
Mr. Fred Galanty left last Tuesday
evening on the Delta- He will visit
St. Louis and Cinicitinati and will pur
chase a large antid handsome stlock.
Samt and Fred G(alanty are first clans
rgetitlemen. and are liberal citizens, who
Sdeserve a sihare of the public patron
age. They keelt a nice stock, and a
good quality of goode.
The Cumberland Telephone Co..
Shave about tifteen iten at work in our
townt putting up poles attd stretching
wire. 'The Belle brought up last Sun
day a large lot of material atid several
hundredl cedar poles. We understand
it is the Intention of the Ctrnrberlaed
to have every part of the parish con
nuected in the near future.
A good ways here. Brinigs more re
turns, in quantity and iquality, than
I the same sum would bring elsewhlere.
i'There is a drive of some sort going on
Shere all the tinm,. Just at present we
I are selling Town Lots.
K .. JHAMLEY REAL ESTATE
The Providence tHardware Co., re
Sceived a half doz't ranuges two weeks
Sago. atd they were sold before they
- wvere shown good The firnt will re
r ceIe aC half dnaen of the celsbrated
"Majestic" by the steamer Hlerrold next
Friday, and if you want the best
Srange made, call early. as Mr. Wood
Ssass four of them have beent sold
already. 'fThe Providence Hardware
Co., is doing a big bunsiness.
SCutting a Figure
In acake walk is one thin g ,and in
e business it is another. We're cutting
tigures now on Town Lots--usakinli
prices that are not to your liking than
Sthey h'ze been. perhaps
I THE E. JI. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
Hamilton & Kennedy, proprietors
r of The Famous, have received from
I Strauss Bro., America's Leading Tail
-ors, a large andt beautiful assortment
t of lengthe for SPRING CLOTHING.
. As you go north to the drug store,
hI right across to the "way side" of the
t. street, you will notice their large show
window full of these patterns., the very
V latest in style. Drop iu and have your
r order taken for a suit. You can go in
Oj for nothing rand go out somewhere no
e der a thousand dollars.
e The ladies are iuvited to call and
b see the beautiful uine of spring goods
now being received by W. N. White.
We had a pleasant call and chat on
Mondav with our popular citizen Col.
C. D Benton, of the Bend. Col. Ben
ton has ;)een a partner in business
with Mr. Jas. S. Mlillikin since 1869,
and their business relations have
alwavs been pleasant anid profitable.
Col. ienton told as that as soon as b.
could make all necessary arranige
meants that Mrs. Benton weould return
Io East Carroll and that they would
permainently reside with us agaiu.
Mr Harr) I) Louis, who has been
clerking for Mr. Samr Garber for the
past six months, is now with Ruben
steini & Schindler, dealer in dry goods,
notions &c. This is the new firm in
P'rovidence, located it the buildieng
lately occupied by Hlill Bro. Mr.
Louis is a young man who came here
as a laborer, and by energy and good
conduct has worked himself up, which
is speakiug a good deal for the )oung
Mr. Jae. S. Millikin continues to im
prove, we are glad to state. He is
now out of danger, and the Banner
Democrat hopes to see him able to bie
out in a few das. Mr. Millikin was
dangerouely Ill for two weeks, and it
was thouglt that he would not recov
er. DIoctorse ' I Bernard and Frank
E. Aratud, his physicians, look the
place of ntur.es and remained at his
bed-side clay and night, and It is,
tbrough their hard and untiring work,
no doubt. that the owes his life.
We're Working--Not Talking
Anl all we do is well doue. Doue
in your interest by those who are inter
ested in your welfare. We'll take care
of your trade in such manner as to be
sure to be sure of retaining your good
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
There is no railroad news this week
to give to our readers It was givenc
out by Mr. Hudson that there was
nothing in the way to preventt the
road from being built-everything
had been settled, and all that was
necessary was for the pledge made by
the citizens and forwarded to the
office in St. Louis to be approved,
whlen work would be started. How
patiently we are waiting.
Mr. W. M. Munster,. wife and son
arrived Tuesday evening on the
Natchez fromnt Nw Orleans. Mr. Mun
ster has cocme to take charge of the
Bellaggio. stock farm, owned by Mr
Crowley. We welcome him and his
family to our parish and hope that
they will like our parish and our peo
ple. lie will find themn hospitable and
generous to strangers.
The Famous has decided to adver
tise in tIhe Bainner-Demnocrat so as to
sell its goods. The locals this firm
use to get up were first class and were
road by everyone, but the advertising
writer of the firm became too busiy to
get thenm upo Si, miner time is ap
proaching again and lie will tell of the
great bargains to be secured at "The
The steamer Natchtz came up 'l'ue4
day, the firset Irip ofthis boat forsorne
tliee. Captain W. A. Duke was in
comnasud and Mr. T. C. Sachse itn
cnarge of the office. These uentle
muet were in charge of the Chalmette
until the last trip, which slows that
both lines are now operating together
We are glad to see the Natchez back
in the trade again.
Mr. W. S. Brown returned Sunday
from Covington, La., where he has
been for the past thlree weeks for the
benefit of his health. We were glad
to see him very imuch improved and
lookilng like a new nian. We are sorry
to learn though that he thinks of nov
ing there to reside percmanentily, or
until he thoronghl` recovers his health
Sam Garber, who keeps a first class
dry geods store at the cortrr of Lake
andt Levee streets. north side, is fast
building up a good trade. There in no
better mac in Providentce thau Mr.
Garber, and we hope to see him con
tittue toe do a good bhusineass. He has a
large stock of dry goods, clothiccg,
ltesae gods and everythlttg else kept
in a first class dry goods store.
Mr. Hanka, the coItoci buyer,.who
has beenc with us the past season, has
about wound tip and will return to
Melrplhis -in a few cdays. He told us
that he wouli be here for ntext seasoi.
Mr. Bantka is a seraight-torward, hot
orable gentleiaie, and is as "straiglht
an a shiatgle." lie has made nany
frieindcs here, who wish hic good luck
until rotton buyhlg terne rolls aroucd
The fire Plarm about eight o'clock
Monday mriornilg, cntieed a great deal
of excitenietr. T'ho etngine had steane
up aild Ihe eecse was sRretched in about
ert miniures alter the bell tapped.
The tire was at the residence of Mr G
C. Martin ont Sparrow street, and wans
put cut with the. assistance of a few
citizens with buckets of water.
The Coming of March
Mean we'll have liotn-like"' weather
eo start or finish. It mtneaus, toot, that
it's safe now to bur Tovn Lots, for
we'll have lots of Ianimb like weather
und it is tane to be prepariog for it.
E. J. HAMlIEY lIE \ LI ESTATE
8=-Corliss CCoot Collar-'l'he neat
eat ileece of lIcmen tnade. rhey fii per
tectly atnd give perfect satisfaction in
every way. J. S Millikin.
NIGHT WAS HEGR TEiRROR.
"I would cougb nearly all niglt
long," writes Mrs. CIas Applegate, of
Alexandria [d , "and could hardly
get any sleep* 1 had constumptiont so
bad that II I walked a block I would
coagh frightfully tnd spit blood, but.
whet' all other mtedicines failed, three
*!.00 bottles of Dr. King's New lDis
coverywhollv ctured me ancd I gained
68 potlitdan" Il's aboclucely guaran
tsd to elre Coughs, Cclds, La (Grippe,
Rronchilise ad all Throat and Lung
Troubles. Price &c and l1.00 Trial
bottles free at J. S. G'uenari drag
Last Tuesday while Helen Lewis
and another colored woman were at
the river catching drift wood with a
spike-pole, Helen polled in what she
thought was a block of wood.: but
whent brought to the edge of the water
it proved to be a small box tightl.
nailed. Helen fished it out and put
the box upon the bank and went on
catching wood until it was time to go
home and started to pick up the box
to take it borne, when the other
woman said to her: "Look here Helen,
you better look in dat box-might be
splosives in it, or something dat might
make you trouble." Ihe two women
then prized open the top of the box,
and whetn they lifted the lid up, they
were almost scared speechless The
box contained a white child, about a
month or six weeks old, with black
hair. It could not have been in the
water nlmuch longer than two or three
days, as it was not disfigured in any
way. Where it came from 'and who
did such a thing, we suppose, will re
main a mrayveery. Justice of the Peace
I). W. Gilmour was notified of finding
the "floater." He went to where it
was taken out of the river, and saw
that it was buried.
EASTER MATS AT TIE
MY I)EAR BROTHER:
As }our head is that part of your
anatomy which is nearest to heaven.
it is titttng at all times that you adorn
it with a go;d sky-piece; especially at
Easter-tide. when all the girls turn out
of their band-boxes and look as neat as
a pin. Now you know it would be a
measly shame for you to go to church
on Easter Sunday with that old felt on
the top of your noggin. So take the
advice of an old batchelor like Sam
Kennedy. the Major, and an old mar
ried man., with a house full of chillun,
Iake Mr. Bucs Hamilton, and come
around to The Famous, and get a new
Straw Katie.. Show these folks around
here that you can put something on
your head as well as in it. Do not de
iny, brother. Come and buy you a
*"Straw," and The Famous will offer
up a prayer to the Two-Headed-Juno
that your legs may be limber enough
to save you from the red-hot claws of
the devil. Yours in haste.
HAMILTON & KENNEDY.
P. S.-Show this to your Pa, and tell
your Ma-to make the old man come
around also H. & K.
Mr. W. L. Blake of St. Louis, travel
ing for a large oil conc'rn, who has
the territory between Memphis and
New Orleans, and who has been sell
ing lubricating oils on both sides of
the river for a number of years, drop
ped in to Providence last Saturday
and picking up a Banner-Democrat
noticed that there was a sale of towtn
lots going on, and it took him only a
very short while to hunt up the real
estate office of Mr. Hamley, when be
bought four lots and reserved the
option on six more. He said that the
Memphis. Helena and Loulssana rail
road would certainly be built, and that
Lake Provideuce was destined to be
the best town on the road. Nothing
could keep it from growing be said,
and he was willing to take the chances
by purchasing lots.
J. B. Drew a first class colored man,
who has been the agentt for several
years of Rand, McNally & Co., of
Chicago, has the latest United States
and World Map, 66x48, and Universal
Atlas, which is based on the late cen
ebs, giving the number of inhabitants
of every state, county, city and town,
and the different religious denomina
tions, and the civil and political gov
ernments with the names of the present
rulers of every country. Both the
map and atlas are worth the money
asked by Drew, aud he informed us
that nearly every white person In the
pari.h are taking either the map or the
alisa, and great mtasy are taking both.
Our Spring Suitings-all of them
imported-are now ready for your
Pardon us i) we suggest your mak
ing an early selection.
It costs nothing extra and saves
considerable disappointment some
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Upon the adjiournment of court last
Saturday evening Judge F. X. Rats
dell took occasion to compliment the
jairars who had I)een in attendance
during the special term. lie said it
give him a great deal of pleasure to
praise themn for the contscietliots man
ner in which they had acted it the
trials in which they had sat as jurors,
aad that with such men there was no
fear of jtustice atot being meted out and
lhe guilty apunished 'Thesheriff,clerk
snd other officers also came in for a
share of praise from the Judge.
Mr Mack Goodwin, who lately
bought out Mr R J. Burney Io the
livery husainess, went off last week to
huot a tfirst class anid up-to-date hack
to run between Iowu and the landing.
Mack secured what he needed, and re
turned Monday. He told us that he
had bought a first class "bus" and
thiat it would arrive on the next trip
of the D)ella. Mack is doing splendid
in tile livery business, we are glad to
say, and all be has to do is to uuckle
down to make a success out of It.
We uadterstand that the fire engine
has been leaking badly for three
montlhs or more, and the marshabl has
reported its condition at every meet
ing of the Town Council. but it seems
that the council has neglected to have
it repaired. We are told that it is
liable to break dowas-t any time when
ill use. 'hlis is the worse kind of
itegleet on the part of the board,
Such neglect is dantgerous.
Max Levv writes us that be will
have a beautilul liue ot Easter bonnets
for the ladies to select from.
Last Satutrday down in Winterfield
Ike Griffin and Sam Gibson, both hard
working and industrious colored men,
gt mixed up in a dispute of some
kind, which caused Griffin to shoot at
Gibsotn two on three timnes, one of the
bullets fromn his pistol striking Gib
son's horse in the jaw. Gibsou made
several tbreats against Griffin and had
his hand an his coat pocket at the same
lime, which caused Griffinu to step into
bis house auo gel his pistol; as soon as
he came out he commenced fring.
We understand that Gibson was en
tirely to blame for the affair.
Messrs. McKee and Yearger, the
polite clerks at Millikin's, wishe. us
to say that the large sad ban4somely
selected spring' stock for this store,
will commence arriving next week.
• 4 W H IT E
We have received from the Factory another
shipment of these
1IG1i GRADE MIAG4INES,
and the close cash price at which we are
selling 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 finished bent cover, drop leaf, three
drawers at each end of table, and long push center
D. H. Finley finished drop head machine, one drawer
at each end of table, panel front, and long iron lege,
D. H. Elegant finished drop head machine, two
drawers at each end of table, panel front and long iron
WXV. N. White, Agt.
@ TIHE OLD RELIABLE
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars. e
Billiard and Pool Parlor.
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle 'Beer and Christain Moerlein
clKeg Beer always on Hand.
" Old Foxester" a. Specialty.
5 PHIL. J. McGUIRE & CO., Proprietors.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. 8. CUENARD, Proprietor,
Lake Street, LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
DRUGS, IEDICIINS, CHEIICALS, PATENT IEDICINE.
Carries a Full Line of
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Books,
Fini Suationery and glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Hill's Big Grocry House
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronage sohoited. Guarantee pNromptneoss.
Call us up over eilt.er 'phone.
Just Received at C. H. Hill's
Leading Grocery House.
Swift's Premium Hams
Postel's Elegant flour.
y Charcoal $2 per barrel.
25cts per peck.
Crescent City coffee
drippers. Latest ad4 best
d out Call and see.
This fine saddle and driving
e STALLIOr will make the season
s, 1902 at Gossyppia Plantation.
Terms, $10.00 CASH, with privil.
Those from a distance can leave
>t their mares for ten days.
GEO. 8. OWEN,
11 Gossyppia Plantation, Bunch's Bend.
STRIKES A RICH FIND,
"I was troubled for several years
Id with chronic itdigestllon and nervous
d debility," writea F J. Green, of aLau
o, caster, N. H:, "No remedy helped me
ie until I began using Electric Bitters,
at wbich did me more good than all the
me medicines I ever used.-rThey have also
b- kept my wife in excellent health for
le years. She says Electric Bitters are
id just splendid for female. troubles; that
ve they are a grand tonic and invigorator
to r weak, run down women. No
as tier medicinue can take its place to our
g. family." Try them. Only' 60c Sat
n- islaction guaranteed by J. S. Guenard.
I"After reducing my prices to
be make space for my spring and summer
us line, bhave a few bargaius left in
ly Youth's suits and Men's all wqol
re, shirts. Call and se my line.
An Honest Medicine for La Grlppe.
George W. Wailt, of South Gardi
ner, Me., say,: "[ have had the worst
cough. cold, chills and grip and have
taken lots of trash of no account but
profit to the veudor. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that
has done any good whatever. I have
used one bottle of it and the chills,
cold and grip bave all left me. I con.
gratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicine." For sale by J. S.
A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
'I1 have no hesitancy in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
says F P. Moran, a well known and
popular baker, of Petersburg, Va.
"We have given it to our children
when troubled with bad coughs, also
whooping congb, and It has always
given perfect satisfaction. It was re
commended to. me by a druggilst as the
best cough medicine for children as it
contained no opium or other barmtul
drug." Sold by J. S. Gueuard drug
Statement of the Lake Providence
Bank :at c:lose of business December
Cash and sight exchange $74,959.20
Real estate, furniture
and fixtures......... 3,776.66
Loans, discounts and
over drafts......... 36,361.05
Capital stock...... . $ 15.000.00
Surplus .............. 1.275.00
Undivided profits...... 682.73
I, J. N" Hill, vice president. and J.
W. Tooke. Jr.. cashier, do hereby cer
tify that the foregoing statement ii
true anid correct to the best of out
SI worn to and subscribed before me
1 on this the 16th day of January. 1902.
C, R. EGELY.
SAM GALAT!. F RBED GALANTY.
S. Galety & Bro.,
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GBI't FURNISHING GOODS, TRJNIS,
VAIJSES AND 0VER SHOD1
Everything 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,
DRY GOODS, NO0IONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LADIES' AND GENT'S NURNISIGS.
We also carry a complete line of
90FILNE MILLINERY, .
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, and our Prioes are Ex
I respectfally ask a share of the public patronage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
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B. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, Vioe-President.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
CAPITAL STOCK $80,000.00.
Deposits Received from $1.00 Up.
Solicits Your Business, Every Accommodation Consistant with Safe
Receives Deposits Subject to Cheek, Buys and Bells Exchange, Loans Money
and transacts a General Banking Business.
J. W. TOOKE, Jr., Camhiei.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 4 P. M,
l. ;y. Buxxnnxeg,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LAKE PROVIDENOl, LA.
Dry Gools, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Ind Everything Kept in a First-Class Store.
Ewerything for LaMlies,
SEverxything fod - enxtleamen.
A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honust Dealinr, we hope to build
up a First-Clase Trade. We solicit your business and will do our best to
please you. Give ns a c11.
Geo. W. McKee,
The 1Od Reliable aoomjewy MIouse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invite you to call and see our Stoak of Oanned Goods. We carry a
large line of different grades of Sungar and Coffee. We say fot cau and
secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Receiving y Forwarding Merchant,
LAKE PROVIDENO, LL
Agent for the Celebrated
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON.,
I Save You Freight by Buying These Wagons from ea.
Highest Price Paid for Cotton Seed.
THE JOS, L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bilb of Lember e
D the shortest notioe.
6 Ongue and OxOOve Cypesg
Floorinaig asd Cellind
STanks. of Any Size Made to' Order at . O, Prices.
Shingles, Shingles, Shingles.
8 -I OMee in Hamley Block. Connected by OCumberland and Home Tole.
. SEND YOUR ORDEqIS TO A HOME ENTERPRISE.
" WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB
IWORK AT REASONABLE RATES.