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ýý P PTN T Cn the best Whiskies, Table Wines, Etc. Tobacco
S. RL G a and C61ars,-Imported and Domestic.
Agenit for W. J. Lcmp's Brewing Co., and Wright &
Buck Beer in Cask, Case. Keg, Bottle and Glass,
?;-?,3RIlGIT FROM THE KEG AND ICE....
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
The only Place who serves Lunch at any time, day or
night, Is. at
LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE.
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THE BA NER-GEMOCRAT
SatuIraly, April 1.), 1 : .
Clifton F. Davis,
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EL al t rast ct gt.,
Lake t'#l,% idvnee, La.
HIAVIN(; JUST FINISHEDII A (OMPI'ET
ABhSTrA('T OF ALl, "'iIE LAsNDs IN EAS? Iii
L'AIOI(()i.., I A11 'ItEI'AtlRED TO FURNISH
4.STACTS OF TI'LES tON SIIotT NO'ICE,
E, WAYLESI. lltOWNE The
()O1l'T In I
fTENOGRIAPIIEII AND NOTARY Pl'BLIC. Lt&
Locatl and Parlah News.
See our liye writing stock of n The'l
fulled po per. yes
Mr. Yaneev Bell has received two So(
barges of ('e,11
A cottage is being erectel down at E
the lower iotl of SlPtarrow street.
The \lweatlher cont,iiel l cold and di,
agtlreeahle at Illi sleaboli f he ):ear.
Services at h.l Cat ( olic and Metho
diil chui chel s -Iorl w. and
'his has tbeen a goad week for an
plantation work, altllhough a little cool kin
The river tinews is good and the in
river at this point ins iow o a stanid. will
T'he lake water is runninllg iout verye
slowly, anit the outlets usuall be closed
Uip soiuowl:- re.
See the T'owIn Counicil 1,roceedings
publishedl it another colutnii. ie sure tier
and(l read -them iin.
The proceedings of the Fifth l)is. and
trict leve IHoard canu be found in (
ano tiher columni. gra
Poor old Levee street. You get the itg
cold shoulder froin the street and
Mr. J. G. Wilv Ias ten tons of the P
filtest African Limbless cotton seed for cee
sale at $20 per ton. coil
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hamilton are Lat
now domiciled in the residence owned dot
by the late Mrs. Brock. let
Sheriff l)uni, who was laid tip for 'ei
two or three davys with rheumatism "ho
was able to be out on Moniday. thit
We are carryinlg a large stock of
fine paper suitable for the typewriter.
Call and see it and get our prices. dat
The sletamer Delia did not leave left
11e'tiiphis until Thiursday evenilng, and to r
will arrive here sometime to.day. hin
You can find anything iyou want at iha
Millikin's in D)ry ;oods, llardware, ure
Furntiiture, Stoves aind Feed Stuff. da
Give him a call. to I
Mr. J. G. Wyly has posted both the
Cotni aid I)eesonis plantations t hat all
cattle found runnitntg on thiese places '
will be taken up and impounded. live
Mr. and Mrs Joihni Williams made a tol
pleasatit trip to Vicksburg on the but
Belle of the Betlde last Tluesday, re- all
turnintg on Friday by the same boat. b1)0
A planter Informed us this week the
that there is more latid int East Carroll &W
to.day that has inot been broken up itj
thanl ever kAs known at this season of Pol
Are your feet tired anid feel as if I
they had been on a spree? If so, why the
don't you get the only ctire-a pair of ant
Millikiu's Famous $3.50 shoes for St.
We are requested to anitnounce that wt
,there will be nc services held In the shi
Episcopal c!htrch to-morrow, Rev. Mr. ou
Boberg not beiug able .to return as an
anntounced last week.
Fred Egelly. one of our bright boys,
is now In the office of his father, lion.
Chas. R Egelly. Fred uses the type
writer and also attends to the lN
iotarial aitd lnsurance business. at
Our friend Walter Goodwin told us aft
ot Mtonday that his crop of corn was
up aud it would average half a foot
high. There are few boetter planters 1
In the parish than Mr. Goodwin. d
The Kitlghts of Pythias miet on be
Tuesday night, the Masons on Wed- Jo
ueeday ulight and the Woodmeni on
Thursday ulght. All three of these
orders are Itncreasing tieir tuetuber
Aunt Martha Harris,a good colored h
wonaln, has beei very sick for the in
past few weeks, and there is no hopes gi
for her recovery. Aunt Martha has Jr
not been neglected by her white n
Out ou the lake road last Sunday a L'
colored nuan who was carelessly Laud- fO
ling a Wichestler rifle, shot a colored
woman in the Jaw. If the wonani had
been closer she would probably have C
been killed. P
'The many friends of our esteemned
parishoner, Mr. Harry H. Graham of
the second ward, will be glad to learn i1
that Mrs. Graham is now very much
better after being dlangerouely ill for I
the past few weeks. L
Mrs. Frank l Maguireteft Wednesday I
on the Belle for Vickshburg, anud fromnt
there will go to Florence, Ala. Mrs.
Maguire started a few weeks aglo, but B
could not reach there on account of a
the washouts on the railroads.
As an A pril fool joke the New Or- 8
leans City Item published a long and (
sensatioual article on the return of' v
Major E. A. Burke fromn Hondurn* I
Two papers only in the St:e were ii
soft enough to bite and take it in as F
Get a free sample of Chamberhalus'sb
Stotmoach andLiver Tablets at Gue
nard's drug store- They are easier to
take anld more pleasant in effect than
pills. Then their use is not followed
by constlipation a is often the case '
with pills. Regular size, 250c. per box. *
Mi. Felix Taylor returned Sunday 1
*rom Lake Village, Ark. Our young
friend was engllaged to be marrled to
* bsandome sad bright young lady of
that plsoe, who boesme Ill with fever
* few weeks ago end who died on
Friday Mlast. It is very said indeed.
and Felil has the sincere symopathlby of 1
,,bi. ruasy friends. J
The land th:it :.l otther auidI surpasses "to
The tland whre salt is also foutind e
The land where houses spring up in a nus
The I:tnl where you'll ever wish to stay; sac
Yes. there is niloney in this for you, do0
So c(all, and we'll see what we can do. I r
Call oni ow
E. J. HAIMLEY HEAL EST'ATE h
Some kind friend borrowed the we
Arnie Harrow of Mr. J. W. Crump, in=
and so-far has failed to returtn it, and to
nolw Mr. Crunip would like for that ev
kind friend to return it, even If it is o,
in a brokenr condiltion No questions
will be asked and Mr. Crump will ever
Mr. Lawrence Warner, of the War
tier & Searles Co., of Vicksburg, was
in town for several davs this week
and did a Iarge business. This old
established fir i htandles only the best
grade of clo.hing and gents furnish- tb
ings, and anythring that comes from
Warner & Searles Co., is guaranteed. tb
A glance at the Town Council pro- on
ceedlngs will show the amount of fines
collected by our efficient town marshal
Last mouth the fines assessed to evil of
doers by the mayor through the vigl
leince of the marshal amounted to F,
eighty-five dollars. Pretty good ail
showiug, and some months it goes over
this amount. de
Cotton at 9 cents makes the planter
dance Juba who still has a few bales
left; but to the fellow who sold, or had at
Sto sell so as to settle up, it will give w
him a case of blues. It is predicted pt
that cotton will yet go above this fig- w
tire. Too had to see it at 9 cents lt'. of
day atd the planters, who tolled hard th
to make it, have not a bale on band. in
The citizens of Plrovidence want re
live ment and live rnerchatats to come it
to our towl to oplien tip and carry on
busiues-s, but to those who are selfish it
aand do not care fort'en' thig and any- of
body except the dollar, it is best for ry
the interests ot the town that they stay ai
away. These kiiid of people are an hi
, injury to it and should not be sup- sa
Presiding elder C. D). Shallahorun, of th
the M. E church, arrived yesterday w
f sud will hold quarterly conference at y.
r St. Peter's chulrch to-morrow. Rev. In
Shallahorn is an excellent colored man, eh
who has an acqnaintance atnd friend
ship with many of the whitecitizeus of cc
our State. We navnys hlave a peas- w
ant call from him wheni he visits w
Providence, and we appreciate his t
elos. Joe. E. Itausdell left for Wash
le igton last Saturday after renmaining
at home for about tei days looking I
after his large planting interests.(
SCongressman tantsdell expected to ar
rive at Washingtinil on 'Tuesday in
Stime to vote oni the reciprosity bill.
lie will not be home again until the I
adjournment of Congress, which will
n be the latter part of May or the first of p
e Mr. Clark Hall, one of the most p
capable men in th~ parish at anything 1
he goes at, sand there is not anything t
d hte cant do. Is now back at Bell's land- 5
e ing, after having hail charge ot the big s
s gib during the season just closed. Mr.
a8 John Kennedy, auother capable )oung
e man, who was with Mr. Bell for a
year, gave up his position last week, i
a and is now takiitg a rest, bdlt is upon
Sfor an engagemenlt.
a The Lake Providence Hardware
e Company made a skoop last week in
purchasing a flat boat load of jugs antd
erockery. One item was over four
d thonusand jugs. Mr. Wood told us
Sthat they could sell them at a great
u deal less to bhe trade than they
' could purchase them at wholesale.
r it will certaluly pay yod to see the
Lake Provideoce Hardvrare Company
y when you want anything in this ine.
r. It Is startliug fact--so Mr. .Yanicey
ut Bell remarked to a friend while it At
r lants, that he had received a letter
from Clark Hall. sayitg that Dr.
r- Sharpahire tolld jim he heard Mr.
td Guenard say that 1)r. A od exclaitl
of whi~e calliing on a pa:lent tie tie' Vai
*Pituwan who casually remarkedi
re that Mr. Boui iheard through Mr.
sa Burney that Dick Bell said MILLI
KIN'S Tilor Made Suits were the
beat and are noade to fit.
o A re You Planning for a Home?
ed If you're not you should be. And
as we can give you timely efficient assist.
ox ance in your planning. Come ino, look
over our long list of properties, and
aV learn our plain, practical methods of
ug home makers.
o E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
ed j FPrank Meliuire, the reliable eal
of mau, received on l'Thirday a lar i
Ibarge o1 L'rttsburg corl.
Last week a p ,omnient planter of lital
East Carroll in talking to us on the ed o
careless way in which the negroes
throw their umoney away on whisky, a CV
craps and the low manner in which pren
they live, Is hecoming worse and that
Int a few more year the labor will not toll,
he wortl a cent if they keep up at the cowm
present rate that they are going. wie th
said that he had paid out to the
Inegroes living on his place over eight
thousand dollarsa from the'first day of ,pet
last September to the firtt day of irati
April, and not half a dozen of themut
had a thing to show for their work, pro[
and nearly everyone of themt are now at t
taking up and borrowing from hint on
the crop that it to be made. Every runt
cent of it welt for whisky aslid craps. s"CO
We doubt if there is bardly one of peer
then who thought of buying anything o a
for themselves-clothing, furniture, stoe
stoves or anything else that would go
to make their homne comfortable. Not -
long ago we heard a planter get after w1r
one of his bands for drinkiug so much.
tie said to his tenant: 'Look here
George, you are a hard workitng man, dete
niake fine crops and tltake a great deal snu
of motey atnd I wonli like for you to tion
save sotme of it after working as yout
do." The negro said to hiim: "Donu't
I rent your land and pay you what 1
owe you, and you should be satistled."
l'hcre is not a planter itn the parish Cot
who would not take an tlterest in :do
their tenants and help thPtem to put V
away a little for a rainy day, if they ie
would only appreciate what was be- of
ing done for thetm; but they only crave the
to loaf as much as possible and spend hay
ever cent that they can get their hands avo
TRUE FRIENDSHIP. L
Jinks--What's next to a man ?
Sphinx-A womanl, of course. her
Jiuks-Your'e wrong; guess again. e
Sphinx,-Give it up. What?
,luinks--His shirt. la
S~lphinx-Ah, iudeed! Who keeps to
Jinkse-Hatmilto't & Kennedy. And
they're up-to-date, too.
Sphiux-Have you got the price of per
one ? coU
Jinks-What's the matter-busted?
Sphinx-As usual. But I want one our
of those shirts. dia
JIuks--Well, if you'll buy from The con
Fatnous, we'll make a joint lplrhase, pro
and I'll stand for the whole bill.
MORAL-A friend in need is one in- bot
TIHE FAMOUS. eas
Sometime during Monday night the ing
store of the Lake Providence Hard- ant
ware Company was entered and two the
p t ols stolen-at least this is all that 'j
was missed by the proprietors. One the
of the pistols was valued at $16 and hot
I the other at $600. Entrance was ear
made by the thief breaking the lock of this
the iron side shutter at the back of the aid
store; after which the window was thu
raised. An ax and a piece of scant- ant
e ling. 2x4, and about four feet long, fee
were the implitents used in breaking ou,
itn, atnd which were found on the inside tha
of the store the next morning. f'er- ed
r ryman Green's skiff was also stolen or(
and no doubt by the thieves who pot
broke into the hardware store. Green cor
says that-about four o'clock Tuesday het
morning hie heard the sound of oars spt
ansd got up and went to the edge of ano
the river to look, when he saw that it Cle
> was his skiff that was taken. He aft
yelled out to the two men that were in
in it to bring it back, when he was ins
Sshot. at four times, peI
The Hardware Co. store is the se- cu
I cond store to be robbed in Providence po
wivthi the pas: few mont hs, and it fai
will heconme more frequent if the an
thieves are not caught. the
COAL OIL. Mt
Our prices on Coal Oil >o
S11cts, 12cts and 14cts per mi
V. M. Purdy & Son.,o
Fortyv-six hetd of nmules, a part ofin
lion. Robt. Ntchblson'e large levee out.
i', cainte ip fIrott the lower end of the
pariah on Tuesday, bound for Arkan
sas, where they will be put to work on
throwing up the road bed of the Mem
t phis. llelena anid Louisiana railroad. PU
g Mr. Nicholsoi has two miles and a fo
g half of the work about four miles ge
d- south of the Bayou Macon nlu Arkan- re
g sas attl five mniles south of Cartuell. tb
r. Mr. Kilbouru juiuane Mr. Nicholeon ou V(
I the south with a mile aud a half o thl
Swork, which brings it to the Louis-T.
k, iana line. Several large outfits are
u ntow on the whole length of the line to
'lrippe Juncction, and it is said with
good weather tor the next two or L
re three mouths it can be coumpleted. re
n Etcottraging reports are received here ct
dt that by the miiddle of May work will W
ut begin in Exst Carroll. d
S Are You Losing Money. t1
Vsy We have.btetn able to show a good n
e. many people that they were actuanlly c
he losing money by failing to investigate
ty our claim that we serve our customlerss
e. in the best way of our real estate. We
are ready anid able to prove it to you, n
Will you come in? d
t. E. J. HAMIREY REAL-ESTATE e
ir. NtO I'IE.-,-The person who bor- I
ti rowed my Acme Harrow will please
;i return it it with thanks. Return it even c
ed if it is a broken condition. and no
lr. questions will be asked. I
lI- J. W. CRUMP. I
GOOD FOR RIJBUMATIBM.
Last flal I was taken with a very
severe attack of muscular rheumatism
whieb catuseed me great pain and an
nd noyance. After trying several pre
.st. scriptions and rlheumatic cures, I de
ok cided to use Cbamberaln's Pale
tlt Balm, which I had seen advertised in
of the Soutih Jerseyman. After two ap
plieatioens of this Remedy I was mach
Sbetter, aid after using one bottle, was
cosspletIly curel.--Sallie Harris,
Salemt, N. J. For sale by J. S. Gee
,r~e Marahal Perk was rowtding up the
lobakrs on 'iittsdy.
Town Council Proceedings.
Lake Providence. La..'April 10. 1902.
the Board of Town Councilmen met
this day pursuant to adjournment.
Present-Mayor G. M. Franklin add
Councilmen Egelly. Fousse and Pitt
Absent-Conucilmen Davis and Ms
guire, T. J Powell, secretary.
The committee to confer with 1-Ion.
.1- E. Rinsdell and Mrs. Annie F. Al
ston, in reference to deepening the
ditch on the line between their proper
ties, made the following report:
Like Providence. La.. April 8. 1902.
To the Hon. Mayor and Board of Council
of theTown of Providence. La.:
Gentlemen- We, your committee ap
pointed at your last session to confer
with the Hon. Jos. E. Itansdell relative
to draining the town through the large
ditch running between his property and
that of Mrs. Annie F. Alston, and re
questing him to confer with her rela.
tive to the right of cleaning out said
ditch. beg leave to report that we wait.
ed on Mr. Ransdell. submitting to him
a written statement -of facts in the
premises. which we discussed with him,
and after he conferred with Mrs. Als
ton, reported the following to your
committee as the result of his interview
with her, which is as follows :
*'T'hat she is willing to cede to the
town authorities the right to clean and
Sopen up the ditch referted to for
drainage purposes, provided the town
in so doing will place in said ditch
proper size culverts to carry off the
water as oontemplated-coimmencig
at the brick work on Lake street and
running back to what is know as the
"econd gate in said alley and on her
premises, and to cover same with earth
.o as to prevent the destruction of
stock, and should the town authorities
decide to c;ean out and lower the ditch
beyond the gate. that they will protect
same from caving by proper wood
work. That if it should be necessary
to deepen the back part of said ditch
lbeyodd a certain depth not necessarily
determined on, the town shall then con
tinue the sewer through said deep por
ChCas R. Egelly.
Clifton F. Davis,
The following ordinances offered by
Councilmua Egelly, were read and
Whereas, The bonds authorized to
be issued for the building of a system
Sof waterworks and i.ectric lights' for
the town of Providence. Louisiana,
have not yet been disposed of from un
avoidable cause; and
Whereas, Renewed effort should be
done by personal interview and nego
Be it resolved, That Counciman C.
F. Davis of this council be and he is
hereby delegaled and instructed to pro
ceed with as little delay as may be con
venient to him to the city of New' Oc
leans and use every effort in his power
to effect the sale of said bond issue and
report the result to this board as soon
Be it further ordained, That all ex
penses incurred by him be. paid by this
Whereas the sanitary condition of
our-town is such as to warrant imme
diate action before the warm season
Ie commences and which is now ap
e, proaching; and
Whereas, It is the duty of our local
board of health to use every precaution -
in preventing the introduction of dis
eases in our midst, and to do everthing
in their power to prevent it by requir
"e ing the property owners to clean up
d- and keep clean, and properly disinfect
vO their premises;
at Therefore be it resolved. That it is
ire the sense of this counbil that the
id board of health should assemble as
as early as possible and cause the town
of that is the premises of all persons re
e siding within the corporate limits-to
F thoroughly clean up-their yards, vaults
- and out-houses and thoroughly disin
, feet same, and keep them in a thor
t oughly sanitary condition for all time;
e that the sanitary inspector be Instruct
- ed to carryv out to the fullest extent the *
n orders of the board of health, and re
i port to the proper offtlicer all persons
Ci contravening the provisions of the
ay health ordinances. making personal in
r spection of all premises in the town
f and giving notice to all persons to
t clean up and disinfect their premises
e after notice of twenty-four hours; and
r in case they fail to comply with his
a instructions after be has made said
personal inspection and notitied the oc
e- cupants of said premises, that he re
e port the names of all persons thereby
t failing to the city marshal for arrest
he and trial; and upon conviction that
they be lined as prescribed in the health
ordinances of the town, In such cases
made and provided.
On motion of Councilman Egelly, N.
]Fosse is authorized to make a 86-inch
1 mould and experiment in the 'manu
facture cf cenient tiling.
Ther- being no further business the
Sboard adjourned till next regular meet
ti. G. Mi. FRANKLIN, Mayor. tl
eT. J. POWELL, Secretary.
S Purse Protetters. o
a. We take care of the contents of your
d. purse and see that you get full value
I for what you have to spena. No dan
le ger but that eyery cent will be fully C
n. represented in the worth of real estate
el. that you buy here. Our idea is to give
su you the best you could possibly have-
of that's the secret of our success.
il- THE E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
tih The Providence Drug. Comyany t
or Limited, to carry on a wholesale and
td. retail drug buriness, orgaunised with a
,re capital of $50,000, mention of which
ill was miade last week, has for Its presil
dent;, L)r. W. B. Pierce; J. G. Pittman,
vice president; W. I). Brown. secre
tary and treasury, and Dr.J. E Brown,
ood manager. We are infornmed that the,
lly company Intend to open tor busiuess
ae at an early date-atd carry a large!
We M'r. and Mrs. Wmn. Line had the sad
ou, muisfortune of losing their little
daughter, Gertrude, on Wednesday
iTE eveniug, after only a few days ill
ness The parenuts are grief.stricken
at the taking from them of their dar
eor- ling, their irst born. The funeral
ease tookt place on Thursday evening at 4
ven o'clock from the Catholic church and
no was largely attended. Mr. and Mrs.
Line have the sincere sympathy of the
P. Banner-Democrat in their grief and
We understanod that the First
ery National Bank of Lake Providenooe has
Iam pnrchased the desirable lots of Capt.
Purdy on the corner of Lake and Bcar
>re borough street., and will put up a
Pe tugnltlteent two story brick building,
a the first story to be large enough for
Sthe bank and a store.
Sheriff Traylor, of Richland parish,
rrl, arrived last Saturday morning and
, took back with him George Newton.
the negro murderer who was arrested
last week by deputy sheriff Hounter,
p the after dodging the offBers of the law
Sfr the peat two years.
When you want SHIRTS that are properly made in
every detail, buy the
You not only get the best of MATERIAL and WORK
MANsIIP, but a roomy garment that FITS, LOOKS .
WELL and is a PLEASURE TO WEAR.
We have them from 14 to 17 1.2.
Colored Negligee, Percall and Madras,
at $100 to $150
White Pique Negligee, soft finish, at S1 00
White Linen Bosom.,Plain and Plaited, at $100 to -S SO E
White Linen BosumnvFull Dress, at $1 00 to $1 50
Arrow Brand Collars and Cuffs in all the latest styles.
COLLARS, 2 FOR 25cts I
In Men and Boys Spring
we are offering extra good-values.
Men's Balbriggan Shirts from 34 to 44 and Drawers
to match, 30 to 40. Suit 1 00.
Boys Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 26 to 32.
Men's Bleached Drill drawers-could not be made
better if you paid more. The cloth, the best summer
weight Pepperall Drill, at 50cts.
Trimmed with wide Lace and Fringe and Inserting.
Colors-Sage, Light Sage, Peacock Blue and Nile Green.
Sizes 3"ft to 64ft, at 50 and 60cts,
XX TJWHITE'S, :/'ta
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars. ,
Billiard and Pool Parlor.
n Schlitz Milwauke Bfttle Beer and Christain Moerlein q
Keg Beer always on Hand.
8 Old Forester " -a, speolalty.
S PHIL. J, McGUIRE & CO,, Proprietors.
o THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
P J. S. CUENARD, Proprietor,
Lake Street, : LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
s1 DRUGS, MEDICINEs, CHEIIICc LS, PATIT MEDICINE.
Cagtle a Full Line of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Perfumlery, Books,
Fine Suationery and 61ass.
Presoriptlons Aoourately Compounded,
Hill' Big_ rocer House '
is -AN D-
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
JPatronage sohoited. Guarantee promptness.
u- sa1 utrm Lup over eitlher 'pho1 e.
Hamilton & Kennedy, proprietors of
the commercial centre of 1-be universe, V
have just received a new line of Men's wh
Shirts and Hosiery, and a pretty line had
of Spring Neckwear. in u
Call and see them. ten
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of in
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Oaf
Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was cou
e suffering with severe cramps and was Dr
1 given up as beyond hope by my regu- wh
lar physician, who stands high in his ti
protession. After administering three an
doses of it, my son regained conscious- J.
ness and recovered entirely within
twenty-four boors," says Mrs. Mary
d Haller, of Mr. Crawford, Va. This
a remedy is for sale at J. S. Guenard's
bh drug store. ter
It, The many frieirds of our esteemed pil
e- citizen. Mr. Jas. S. Millikin, were glad
n, to see him able to leave his home on
'P Wednesday and come to town for a
re short while. This is .the first time an
le that Mr. Mtllikin has been out since gt
his long and severe Fpell of slc!'ie,.
We hope he may be entirely ra,:ureti
to gocd health.
II- The telephone wire in many places Ni
sn between town and the second ward is Ct
r-. down, and in a dangerous condition. zit
*,i Last Monday while Todge W. G. Wv. A
4 ly was going out to look at his plants. b
ad tion In his buggy his horse ran against o
re. a wire which was within a few feet of or
be the ground. When the horse struck
ad the wire he rearbd back and almost
fell on the Judge. If the horse bad
struck the Judge or his buggy had
rt been turned over, he would; perhaps
mas have been killed or dangerously hurt. l
Pt. This telephone line should be repaired. a
a When you wake up with a bad taste st
eg, in your mouth, go at once to J..8.t
for Guenard's drug store and get a free w
sample of Chbamberlain's Stomach and '
Liver Tablets. One or two doses will A
sh, make you well. They also cure bit- a
oud lonsiess, sick headache and castipa. I
on, tion. a
er, The only way to loot nice ad dress I
law up is to put on a Cortis Coon Collar. I(
You can Sfd all kiods at Milkl . I
A Raging, Roaring Flood.
Washed down a telegraph line
which Chas. C. Ellis,. of Lisbon, Is,
had to repair. '"standing waist deep
In icy water,"be writes, "gave me a
terrible cold and cough. It grew
worse daily. Finally the best doctors
in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City and
Omaha asid I had Consumption and
could not live. Then I began using
Dr. King's New Discovery and was
wholly cured by six bottles." Posi
tively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds
and all Throat and Lung troubles by
J. S. Guenard. Price. 60c and $100.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It.
If he'd had Itching Piles They're
terribly annoyiug; but Buckleni's Arni
ca Salve will cure the worst case of
piles on earth. It has cured tbous-.
anda. For Injuries, Paius or Bodily I
Eruptions it's the best salve in the
world. Price 25c a box. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by J. S. Guenard's drug
Tie EFry To Feel Good.,
Countless thousanttd have foond a
blessing to the body In l)r. King's
New Life Pills, which poaitively cure
Constipation. Sick Headache. Diz
ziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever and.
Ague and all Liver and Stomach trou
bles. Purely vegetable; never eripe
or weaken. Only 26c at J. S. G ue
nard's drug store.
BE KEPT HIS LEO.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan. of
. Hartford, Coon ,scratched his leg with
a rusty wire. Inlitmation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years he
e suffered intensely. Then the best doc
. tore urged amputation, "but." he
e writes, "' used one bottle of Electric
1 Bitters and 1 1-2 boxes of Bucklen's
I (Arnica Salve and my leg was sound
- and well as ever." For Eruptions,
a. Erzema, Testter,' Salt Rheum. Sores
and all blood disorders Electric Bit
ters has no rival no earth: Try thett.
a For sale at J. S. Guenard's drug store
r. Guarantee satistaction or refuad
l money. Only 60cts.
S. Galanty & ro.,
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GET'S FUIIISHING GOODS, TRUNKS,
VALISES AND OVER SHOES.
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, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LADIES' ANI GENT'S NUIRNISHING,.
We also carry a complete line of
1 FINE MILLINERY, $.
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, and our Prices are Ex
I respectfully ask a share of the publi -patronage and guarantee -to
treat every one right.
B. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, Vice-President.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
S-CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Deposits Received fromr $1.00 Up.
Solicits Your Business, Every Aocommodatien Coesistat with Safe
SReceives Deposits Subject to Check, Bays andSelis Exchange, 4osas Monsy
and transacts a General Banking Business.
J. W. TOOHE, J'., Cashiew.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 4 P. M,
:.. JT. Bru] ne3a ,
Bernard Baildia& Lake Street, LAKE PROVIDENOE, LA.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
ind mEerythiag Kept In a Frst-Class Store.
Eve]w ything for Ladies,
SEwerythinag for Genmtlemen.
A Full Line of Groceries.
a We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honest Dealing, we hope o build
up a First-Class Trade. We solicit your business and will do oWr best to
please you. Give us a eall.
. ii ! -- i· ; I .- -
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Reliable Gnrooee'.y Rous
Fine Whiskies, Wines and CIgars,
All kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invite yeou to call aud see our Btook of Osned Goods. We eja
large line of different grades f BSugar and Coffee. We buy fo g.1 L,
Ssecure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small prodLt '
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rs Yancey Bell,
SReceiving ' Forwarding Merchant,
i LA3KE PBOVIDENCE, L&
0. Agent for the Celebrated
ve JAMES & GRAHAM WACON.
SI Save You Freight by Buying These Wagons from Me.
Hiahest Price Paid for Cotton Seed.
THE )OS, L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,
.re LAKlB PROVIDE-CE, LA,
Diz- We are able to supply the trade in large and small bils of Imber eon
ou- the shortest notice,
rie Tongue eand Groove Cyprens
Flooring and Celluag
Tanks of Any Size Made to Order at 1 0. PriseL
wit Shingles, - Shingles, Shingles.
doc- i Ofl* in Hamley Block. Conecated by COutbel.ad aId 5om* Toate
*'; SEN' YOUR ORDERS TO AHOME ENTERPRISS.
itos, WE DO AU.LL KINDS OF JOB
'iWORK AT REASONABLE
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