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W c are just in receipt of another large shipment of
FINE GROCERIES, Banner Hams, Postel's Elegant
Flour. Our line of Groceries is the largest in town,
and our prices the cheapest, for the reason that we
do the most extensive business in the Grocery line.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER,
Saturday, December 29, 1900.
J. E. IIANMDEI,L, V. fl. 'tONTGMiiERY
F. X. IANSDELL. Notary k'ubt!:
- Inulance Agent.
.ttcr .cys at Law
--A N D)-
Real Estate Agent. ,
Lake Providence, La.
IL.T I'RACTICE IN TillH: ',' E C TS OF
EAST ('A tt|iLL. V\'r..'T ('. i'.| L1. ANt)
MAIDISON PA.IlI'IIEs, An'I Til:E :'rATEi;
Clifton F. Davis,
Re-,al istart© A,-Kt.,
Lake P'rovidence. La.
HAVING JUST FINISTIED A ('(MPLETE
ABSTiRACT O1 ALL TIIE LANIS IN V; AST
,Al oIHL. I AM I'IEi'AIRED T'O F'URiNISUi
ABSTA(TS OF TITLES oN $IIotRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
9TENOGHIAPHER AND NOTARY P'UBLT.
W. D). BE.L, W. B. TI[ERC'E.
DCCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
Our Slfice is located in the olicee for.
mally ocullied by lion. C. S. Wyly.
D)r. 'ierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
Bend your energies for a successful
Christmas 1900, is past and gone-
the last of the century.
The big gin has tied nearly three
thousand bales of cotton.
T'his is one Christmas that we have
not had to chronicle a murder in the
The big Salem levee will be com
pleted oni the let of February, con
There might he new leaves turned
over by a few for 1901, that would be
a benefit to.
There is talk of more brick build
ings being erected on the north side
of Lake street.
Tom Powell is home to spend the
holidays. He bas been attending
school at Mlnden.
The seon came out bright and beauti
ful last Monday and Tuesday. The
weather was grand.
It has been years since such a busl
ntes was done by our merchants as
they had during last week.
Look at the list of names drawn for
grand and petit Jurors and see if you
are not among the number.
Services at the Episcopal Church to.
morrow morning at 11 o'ciuck and at
7:30 o'clock in the evening.
The steamer Dewery will not-leave
New,Orleall this week, on account of
having new chimneys put up.
Last Sunday the steamer Dewey
took on board nearly four thousand
eacks of seed at Bell's landing.
Tlhers:ie not a residence for rent in
town. If there were more, they could
be rented without any trouble.
Tlhe husinise fromn the 1111 ncion,
has been aery large thils year, and ee
pcisll- for th, past few weeks.
A jury term of court will convene
on the 5th of ,latuary, 1901, his honor,
Judge I". X Rutedell, presiding.
Mr. and Mrs. 'o! Cohen "left for '
Greenville last Sunday on, the Belle.
They wil; only remaiu this seek.
Mihi Franklin and l'eirl Fisher,
two of onr sweet little girl friende.are
welcomed hcue to spend the holidays.
O'r long distance telephone line
will hootI h,' a reality. In the noert few
week. the cable will be laIld across the
1)r. W. B. Pi'rce left 'last Saturday
for New York. shere ho wil attend
tho Pl,st ;radtate school for the next
tAo tntii hils.
lasc Sa';urday the streets were so
crowdd IhaL it tok two special
police to keep the sidewalks from be
Services will be held at the Calholic
Church to-morrow niorning at half
past t ol and in the evening at half past
Mrs. Will Reid returned last week
from Clarkedalo to spelnd the holiidays
with her parents, Judge and Mrs. J.
Marshal Peck informed us that there
was Inot ,n arrest made during the
Christmas holidays. This speaks well
Sfor our town.
Th he boy. had a glorious ltime one
Monday night. T.'y didt'lit reach
their couch's uti:il thle woe slla'
a hours of llorlnilLg.
U We are like the ,ther people, andt
" have been takoi, Chri~rtmas, anli you
. will have Io xtcu~i1 ie ihe short cotmings
Sof the paper this wr ck.
S Dr. Pierca ha. I,,rchasedi the pretty
home of Mr. II L.HI. H Now l)Docrtor.
the next thig to i do ib--'eil, we hope
It lis not at any dilan|t day.
Dou't prepare voor N,,w Year's
dinner, but tka it: ih t},e ladies at
the ()Opera luotse. You will ftd
sometlhi|ng good to eat there. .
T1her, willbe wart'h-.ighl serarict
at the l:piieinpal I hurch. to-xt Mbndav]
Dilght at half past ,i`e . T''he old
century ad the pasr yercr,~ f *
be held for Itb, .,. ::.",-: ;
10 cuTre it c il in t, t ) Itake
Laxit ice Bro Quilnie. All druggists
retfund the t:mo ( , iff t tails to cura
2'tP . . W. (ii - .igtui re ei on
eacli box. ould at (, utLu~rd's drug
The suit of II. C'. ,, tuire nlaint
the t it~tn cf Providr t:'it + ha1 be, t .e
r'i ( adv'rr*.ely to ilt O u by l ;' e
i:n/~ il1. 'T'his uolt wa"r brou:,ht
stainat the town b\ ?'"r. McGuire or
,e m Oill taxesP' on !i is gill which r,'
a'1 brlight it hin the eorl orlt.'e
limitl by ain Clrc.liý,n hi ii 1 l 1II 'J
'I h u h t1ile crrt K ia'.1:i ii ll- i li,
the !ate b,;o rd ltur': ed t ine: in
dranitig tip up , or(infn',', in plbsi-h
m y_. the ; et.ti cw:., u ld the i'.I l , g l, :tia _'
ioll, i i t e ('Silo , t,) .h lt : . ' llie h .L i
t l i t hn, In line s, - l. rin ht r ' Jt i
rist, t h. Ibe Suit, Sni it is it liy lthat
thse rel ,out ib;e for it catlinot be
niacin t u pa-, for their ,'trach~ -1e ,.
Mr. Phil Mc ;uire left list oSunday
on the ewers for Nw Orleans, after
only' a siay of a week at hborne lie
took down with him the ratce horse
Kinglet. it 4-year old, that ias bought
by htum in New Orleans last yearn
Several horse eIlni in tie Iriecn. t itny
think that tre horse would make a
first class huidle jumner and moie hard
to beat, who want to give the horse
practice and see what he can do. We
hope that he turne out all right and
that Mr. McGuire gets a good price
Look up your tickets. The drawing
for the two sofas and three chairs
took place at Max Levy's on Christ
mas day, and those holding the follow
ing tickets shbould present them not
later than next Tuesday at 12 o'clock,
or they will lose their right to any of 1
the articles, and another drawing will
take place; so do not delay in present
ing them: Ticket 4805 is entitled to
one sofa, ticket 4804 to one sofa. ticket
2637 one rocking chair, ticket 2689 one
gents chair, and ticket 1775 one chair. t
Look over your tickets and see if you
have not these numbers.
The town was crowded again on
Monday, and the merchants had more I
husin tcss than they coud attoend to.
f'he colored people bought freely, and
it plainly showed that they had money.
Ironl the aliount of business that was
done every day last week, with theex
cep'tiin of Wetdnesday, when it rained.
To-day the stores look like a cyclone I
had passed through them.
Mr. L L. Davie has leased Mr. J. D.
'Tonpkitfs place in the back country
for three year., and will move to it in
a few days. Mr. Davio is one of the
best planters in the parish and has
always made a success in making cot
too. Mr. Davie intends making a
great many improvements, and when
his three years lease is up it will be
found in a better fix than it Is to-day.
We felt sorry for a colored woman
last Monday, who came to town for
the purpose of purchasing things for
her children and to make them happy
on Christmas, who lost her pocket
book before she ishad bought an article,
whiebh-contained the proceeds of two
bales of cotton. It was a heavy loss
to the poor woman, who almost wenlt
crazy over it.
On account of Christmas week be-r
ing a dull week on the river and very
little freight being handled and no
passenger busitness, and the officers of
the steamer Julia wanting to spend
the bolidays with their families, tbis
boat will not leave Memphis until i
Master John Bass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Bass, who has been attend
itg school at Sewanee, Tenn., returned
a-.t week in spend the holidays with
hi parents and stwerfe. John is a fine
looking young fellow, and we were I
glaid to see him etjoying good health.
Miaster W. M. Nelson, son of Mr.
and Mrse A. M. Negon, of Benham.
who is attetnding Tnlaut, come up last
Friday tospend the holidays with his
parents. ie isa b hr'at young ,man,
tiad wn are glad to learn that he is
pirogressini g nicely in his studies.
Mrs. M. A. Meore returned last
Sunda fiy Ornizg after a long visit to
ier son, lRobert Moore. in Fratuklia,
La. She •als visited the family of
Mrs. E. B. Moore, before returning
home. The gflfd lady was given a
hearty welcome by her many friends.
The high wiud during all of last
Sautrdsy preveuted the colored peo
pl on tbo Mialesippi side from com
ingt to town to do their trading; but
,n Monday they were in town in large
numbers and bought heavily of
Miss Esldie Hwse gave her pupils a
nice Christmas lunch at her pretty
hlome on the lake. About dark the
oung bo s and girls drove from her
horne in a large wagon, and they
mads thin.s merry in town by their
singing and fun.
In the psat week there has been
about fifty colored people to come to
our town from Missi.nstppi and Madi
sfn pari-b, who are going to locate in
thie piarish. They brought with them
a large amount if baggage.
There was not a fuss or a fight in
towns la-t Saturday. This speaks well
for I1,,t lrge crowd of colored people
who were in town. East Carroll is
ktnown to have the best set of colored
people In the state.
We have'tt had a morning mail
over the new ronte for over two
I weeks. ihere wont be much money
comting to the contractor after the
dues he will have to pay is deducted
Poarde Kees, Cdl. K W. Constant,
S1i00,000 to Loan on
t ,We hIave -i100,000 to loa n on cotton
consi"gn(d to uý, at the rite of 8 per
c1 cIt. pr auuin fling )believers in
!'i, llher p,,'i;'ei-, we are willing to make
. ,1 ." 'ithlIn '2() per cent. of the actual
value of cttnl at time of delivery, and
- toll ,or cotton until ordered to dis
pste of :ue ( ur charges for stOling
a nd stllit,_, will he as reasonable a I
co'id bhe a. keit for, and you can feel
- assurc i ur sl:hls will more than equal
iany itd in New ()rleans. Memphis
oir V ick-burg. We solicit a trial ship
St'iot. C:ll on our represlntative, Mr.
Sol (ohen, at th' Lake Providt net
IBank, v ho will be pleased to make
yIo a:i!Vciie's and Igive yiou any infor.
matii n yeon nmay wish.
T'IE WALI)AUER CO.
1 Last Wedneldayv evening the ladies
of the Episcopal Church gave their I
intal (Christmas tree to the Sunday
School childron. The tree was beauti
fully dt' r rated Rnd it looked nice wiih
he imany wax candles lighted and the V
doils a:id other toys scattered over
the large tree. As each toy was taken
down and the name of the child called
eIout who was to receive it, it did ones
heart good to see the sweet smile and
,joy that lit up their faces." The best t
part of the Christmas tree was a purse
- of $:66!.50 for Rev. Mr. Boberg, thle be
loved rector, who was taken complete- t
lv by surprise, the good laties keeping
it a secret, and he had no idea of such
a handsome and substantial gift,
The ladies of the Episcopal Church t
are to be cougratuiated upon the sue- e
cessful manner in which the Christ
nis' tree was arranged and the pro
granine carried out.
Last Monday a skiff load of colored
people from Mississippi came over to
do their trading and to purchase
Christmas things for themselves andt
children. They had bought a great
deal, and the men on doubt imbibed
too freely in , hisky. They started
home it, the night with happy
thoughts of Christmas day, and had
reached the bank oni the other side.
when oine of the men on getting out of
the skiff turned it over, and a man and I
woIlaniI were trowned.l. On accoutnt
of the night being dark no assistance
could be rendered them. Where they d
were drowned there was very little
current, and on Wednesday, Green
Thomas, a colored man living in town,
went over the river and in a short i
while recovered the bodies.
The drowning of these two people 1
was nothing but carelessness, caused i
by a drunken man. I
Dr. F. IR. Bernard reported a case of
small pox on the Way-a-Way planta
tion last Tuesday. This is only a few
miles from town, and great precau
tionary measures should be taken
immediately to cause a general vacci
nation. The disease is more than
liable to spread over the entire par
ish. There is several cases in the
upper end of the parish, and the one
on Way-a-Way, with the chance of,
nmore. it is well known that small a
pox is a very contageous disease, and '
we n-ot know whtere it will break out
next. Sfmething should be doneim
mediately in the way of compulsory r
I ew Year's D I ner
W \Xe respelctfullhy an
notuice that we will
have ou' INeow Years'
1 )innei on next Tuesday'
front 1 to 4. Thils custon
-was inaugurated many l
years ago by the ladies'
Sof the Episcopal Church,
and we hope to receive as
libera: l patlronage next
Tuesday as we have re
Sceived in the l)ast.
SIMRS. A. K. ALSTON,
n Warren Point showed what kind of
Shorse flesh he was made of on Wed
nesday, when he won both races at
the fair grounds. lie is a good horse,
and with the right kind of handling
Swould be bard to beat. There was a
good deal of money lost on the two
The handsome lounge at Galanty
Bro., is awating an owner, and if the
11 persou holding ticket 1597 will pre
o sent it, they will get the pretty piece
y of furniture. If this ticket is not pre
e sented by next Thursday, the 3rd day
d of January, 1901, another numlber will
have to be drawn.
a If anythbing hurts a store It is for
it, them to advance their prioee jest be.
k- fore Christmu. It Ie wrong to doi
o this, and stores may make on msee
1-t1hings now, bait will hart ,them t
tse totsu; s .. '"".,
DeVOE'S WEATHER PnI[F CASTS
SThe general conditions on which
foIect, are based do not indicate
Inusual storms or droughts in the
United States during the year 1901
Destructive local storms and droughts
will doubtless occur, but no'general
disturbance is indicated. The year
will enter with rising terbperature and
pleasant weather over a large part of
the United States. 1st to 2ud, pleas
ant. 3rd to 6th, a storm will form
west of the Mississippi river, causing
heavy snow fall over the Missouri, and
rains over the lower Mississippi val
leys. Moving eastward this esorm will
caue heavy rains from the Ohio val
ley to the A tlantic coast on the 7th to
9th, and a cold wave over the Western
States from 10th to 12th. 13th to
17th, cold wave. 18th to 23rd, a
storm will form over the Gulf of
Mexico and move up the Atlantic
n coast, causing heavy snow storms east
r of the Ohio rvall-y extending south to
the Eat Gulf StateA followed byh
cold wave. Ou the 24th another great
storm will form over the Gulf of Mex
ico, causing a blizzard over Texas.
This storm will cross the Gulf S atos
front 25t to 27th, and will cause a bliz
zard iln T'txls a:nd snow blockadss in
the %Midd!e States from 28th to 23th.
1 he month will c'ose with very cold
s weather over a large portion of the
I)sVoe says the weather forecasts
are made for the goneral conditions of
the weather over the whole country.
and allowances must be made on this
account for variat iols of temperature,
and rain or snow, in widely seperated
localities. Local storms cannot be
r predicted with certainty.
One of the happy incidents of the
- Xtna just past was the Christnmas tree
I at the Opera IHouse lasti Christmas eve.
I The tree was given principally tbrough
r the libertli:y of MSr. J. W. Dunn, who
bore a large proportion of the expense
1 of getting it up. lie was assisted by
his wife and some of the ladies of the
1 Methodist Church, adtl the successful
manner in which everything passe
off is commendation enough for the ir
interest to the children, and in trying
- to maka glad their hearts. The
Christmas tree looked beautiful when
I all the candles were lit and the tors
and fruits showed off to such an advan
I tage. Presents were on the tree for
almost every child in town, and the
Spresents were not confined to any par
ticular church, but children of all the
churches were remembered. Our
friend Jim I)unn deserves the thanks
of the community for his beneficence.
and we join his many friends in wish
intg him a happy new year and a term
of one hundred yeas in the sheriff'3
office from the damon of the 20th 'cen
A Word About Raglan.
There's more to be said for our
Raglan than that fashion decrees it.
It's comfortable; more of a general
utility overcoat than any other. A
loose, easy. long, warm garment; very
There is a point
- -- t ceases to represent
value. t'hat point we never touch.
Our $25 Overcoats are not worth
$50, if they were we would charge
$50. But they have a $50 character.
Every one of our Overcoats looks
Sworth moore dollare than the dollars
And that is enough for any firm to
Money back if not suited.
Mdail orders receive prompt atten
WARNEIR & SEAI1LES CO.,
The January Ladies Home Journal e
says that "the new shirt-waist flannels a
are plain and dotted rather than b
striped, and come in deli'ate pastel re
shades of blue, gray, tan, white and st
old roe-, as well as gretnu, especially si
roseds. navy blue, red and brown. d
Ttey have pearl or gilt btt!onts, andt
are made with a very thin percaline T
,lining. Stitched bands are fancied ont 1
Ilannel shirt-waists, or the tiniest of o
lucks, and the coat sleeve is preferred. a
"Silk shirt-waists are a mass of !s
tucks or fine featherbone cordling int p
laugthwise effects, and are made of v
plain taffeta in dark or very light col
ore. Hlematitched tucks appear on a
lightshirt-waists, but these are al- F
ways of the material, which marks 'I
the difference between them and the
trimnmed eveuing models.
A black taffeta shirt-wa st has be
come the standard for every war
drobe. It should be of soft-finishbed
,goods worth at least a dollar a yard,
and be lined; then it gives satisfactory
wear. Inutucking a silk shirt-waist
- use letter A spool silk and a loose
tension on the machine. A silk or
woolen shirt-waist fits very much bet
ter if it is boned under eacharm, at the
back and centre front."
Send $1 to the Curtis Publishing
Company, Philadelphia, for a years'
f Father Mahe delivered a fine sermon
Chirstmas morning. The nmuic, as
usual on Christmas day, was excellent.
g Mrs. O. P. Hlamilton led the choir.
a She has a very melodious voice, and
o on Xmas morning she sang with a
great dealofexpression. Xmas morn
y ing at the Catholic Church is always
Sone of the principal features of the day
in Lake Providence.
Miss Mary Jackson left on the Rluth
last Wednesday evening for Vicks
burg and Millikin's Bend, where she
Swill speed'a few dray withtflesitd.
. UYou kntow we can ido youn a great I
ho deal of harm. Wearit, a position to
h doe It. yVo know." Tle isa te truacklt a
. wrt5i fell ra, be e ab1ank to tul1
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
S 8. O.
YOU WILL FIND AT
A FRE;SH IAND COMPLETE LINE OF
Citron, Raisens, Currents, (Almonds, Pecans,
Walnuts, rape J\uts, Cracked Wheat.
Our Grocery Line is Complete.
WHO KEEPS THE BEST LIQUORS,
WINES, BEER & ETC.:.
i~sh and Oy ter~s every Friday
HAML4EY BRICK BLACK
W. S. ASIFORD & CO.,
-Office, 366 FuoxT STu:EET,
We make a Spelilty of Long Staple and Bendecr Cotton, and
The race that took place last Wed
I nesday evening at the fair grounds
t was one of the best that has ever
beenJ'un here. Thl horses were War
Ireu Point and D)uch. Dutch is a
I stranger, having been brought here
several weeks ago by three men, who,
doubtless, hought they had a soft snap.
1lhu race was a half mile for $200.
The first race was a tie-Dutch get
tilng off three or four lengths ahead t
r of Warren Point, but he caurght him
and caine in "nuoe antd nose." In the
second heat Warren Point easily
proved himself to be the better horse. -
f winning by a good distance.
Warren Point and i)an had a spin
I around the quarter stretch. Warren
Point won by at least twenty yards.
The attendance was slim.
Christmas services at the Episcopal (
Church were very tine and the church
- beautifully decorated with pot plants,
flowers and evergreens. The solos,
rendered by Miss Joe May Egelly,
i Mrs. J. S. Guenard and Mr. Frank
t Byerley were sweet and melodious.
e Miss Joe May Egelly never sang more
r sweetly, and the young lady has by far
the fittest voice in our town. Rev. Mr.
e Boberg delivered an unusually excel
lent sermon, and the large congrega
g tion appreciated it by the close atten
s' tion given him.
D)r. l)nltse Powell is now located
in the office of I)r. Bernard, where he
is now ready to do any kind of dental
is work. Dr. Powell' office is titled up
t. with all the latest improvements in
r. dentistry, and his work gives general
d satisfaction. lie will only hbe here a
week or ten days. and those needing
a dental work had better csll on him
We Iha:te now at our
stables for inspection the
h finest lot of mules that
s- ever was brought to the
e town. We also have
another lot of fine horses
aoj ut in. Call and take a'
J. "R. Caldwell.
-.pot C0a11 Pa=icd
---Staples a Specialty.-
Give me a call bcfore
shipping Cotton. Guar
antee highest prlices.
Orders taken for Future
Reoar of 3anz Butilding.
F. B. & C. E. DAVIS,
Don't sell your Cotton until you
eo ne to our office and see 'what it ig
worth, and let us make you an offer.
WP e are experienced in the business,
1 having worked for several years with
a one of the largest cotton houses in
K Texas, and for two seasons in New Or
Orders taken for Future
t BiOFFICE in the Ilamley new
brick building opposite Guenard's
C drug store.
I Thre" Ox teams, wagons and iogging out
Three Gasoline Boats. cheap.
J. E. McGEIIEE,
. Erwin, Miss.
Nov. 3. Im.
s GI ,I& Bra .,
SAM GALANTY j D
Dry Goods, Colthing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Trun1~t.. V~alioeý. Over .lhoet
'R"Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
The Lake Providence Bank,
T'Ia: L.- n P nor'I E IL \N ishsx es Bank Drafts or Money Order
good anvwhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
--- TIIE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10e
$25 and not cxeeoding :(;0, 15e $0O and not exceeding $80, 20e
S0 and not cxetedoi~ ii 1 0, 25. and on. up at rate of 25c per $100.
If n Bank draft iý lost or mi:erarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do noi haxv\ to fill tll pIl)plication. Tl'hee are also
other advantages over P1. 0. or Express mnoney orders. Give it a trial,
J. WV. TOOK(E, JR., Cashier.
SL~ R. J. BURNEY & CO., illifl
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence,La1
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store ...
30viorything for L .dieis.
"E~t erything fofr ,-aotlemLe.
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
i'iWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first elass trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call. j
O,-.- - --"i-. .I
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor, j
PHIL M'CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Lovy's Big Clothing Store,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
-. Lake ProYvidernce, a Louisiansa,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, O gars and To
, bacco. Keep on haud; Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; I. T. Rippey, ex; ortel and reimported; J. E. Pep1ler,
- haid-made Four mea h ombLi,.n; Jockey Club, hand-made seot
- mash; Melwood, lore Bourb n, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Behe cb ,od, lure iyeo.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
McBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, im
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most select
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market No ex
tra charge for jugs.
THE GUENARD .DRUG STORE,
~ J S. GLIE:NARD, PROPRI&TOR
"-alee Street. Lkankle EProvidence. La.
'Ofugs, jiedicines, ChcmicalS, patent Nedicine.
Carries a Fill line oP Pairts, Oils, IfarllIsles,
Briwb;es, Tolet soaps, PerPfbiery, Books, Fine
Stationery ard Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
GOeo. W. McKee,
Tho Old Ic.liable GrocerV ciCusme
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All klids arfFaaoy Fahirly OCMdeties
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
alarge line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
An OQr'aor Speaks with raes
only when his
Sothes fir hlm
Wire e,.,, one he would be
1 1, You will never feel that way if
S1lyou wear clothes made by
()vercoat made by them will FIT YOUR
"? ]~'FIlAIE. Come In and pick out the goods
yourself from the finesit ine of samtee you
ever saw. You will win sure if you have or.
one of these suits. The Fit and the Quality
are there. What more do you want if the
price ii right ? We will see to THAT, and
you will get more satisfactfon than you
ever had before.
UP YOU COME EARLY*
you will get a shade the beat of it, so do .
SAMPLES DISPLAYED BY
.Ol D. AOOWIN.
We do all kinds of Job Work.
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