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WE. MA.tn'.:. NOTH' . 3UT Lt.rt P . B S--TL-E iAND KEG.
Ml-OLESAiLEE P.,D RETA:IL.
City CouRcil, a diime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the
eest Cigar on ihe Market for lOcts, AT LEHMAN'S.
LIASA A'( ,- , Manuufaicturer.i >. rle s L. Ier c d by Nathin Bach.
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THE LAtEai-ýfl luGi, T.
Saturda, a 215, 1901,
Jos. E. Ransdzll,
T TTOREY-AT LAW
]Real Estate Agent,
LLKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
W il1. practice in th,. (',,io t ,t i
(':rlo , Vc'. (Carroill ! :1i , 'Ion
1Parinhles;: and the Stat:' Snlpir'ol Court.
JltO!N A. MONTG'I'O()M,:1Y, Notary
Pu ti i, , Courlt Si tino rael'r and Fire
Ill-uraitce AgellL. i-. in io tAlice.
Clifton F. Davis,
Laeke P'ovid.hice, La.
HAVING Jt'ST FINvI-tiEl) A COMIL'T.ET
aiBSTRACTI' OF ALL ..E L .ANDS IN E.1w
CAlRJIiLL, I AM I REIAREI I) TO FLNl-,h
tBSTACT. O1F TITLES ON SHoRT NOTICE.
E. WAY LF S BROWNE.
STENOGRAPrnE: AND NOTARY PPUB1IC.
W. D. RELL, W. B. PtERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our otlic is locate in the ot!ict for.
nlmailv occupied bI dHionu. C. S. W\ly.
lDr. Pierce'' residelice. The I-:gelly
Local and i'arin:' News.
The cry f:r rain i- not Leard ,any
Th town fr IeE:Aou tklies F1iace Oii thi'
third d3a of .Tluie.
Mrs W. I. Fi,:er returned frorl
G eenville on W e J n k 1no.
Lebhiaulii's JI.g )l1,iie ia 1oW cor::
nected with tim heh.!A! 'i : oue
Services at lthe Caiholic:, Methodet
and Epircopal ch i re:.ie t(,-morrow.
See the big excursioni ad. of the Y.
& Ml. V. IL. ', puttiblahed in auotaur
The weather was right chilly oin
Monday and Tuesday, and fires felt
Bacon, meal, flour, lard & . go lip
in price, while cottoi has a rather
Lumber iI. being placed on tL,,
ground for the erection of the res- I
donce of Mr .. Colteman.
Mr. an Mr Jou Wi'illiams anl,
family have tlakeln lposbLeion of their
nice alti cifortable new borne.
The ice dealers have been kinder
froze tip I!ls week, and no doubt a
great deal of ice has spoiled on their
The concrete ftluldaion for the
lnet court thouse i. ' w! n, anid ai ',
a alt on the ', a!i wi!l be luadet oi
AMr. Frank 'yri.y rv bn . !
pretty hom(e !iHioitI ln ,1 In:r!td itnl,
laporel(d v I irt claiw workllanll fromli
'ithe Jos. L. Fischer Inumber and
Mlfg Co., can supply you with first claPs
lumnber. I he Couipauy also ,,ake
tanks to order.
The river i; li:lng ri;.id!y, and the
p;nt,) i will ni w hiv'c a elaht to
laniti oll the oull tsidi e l ilt ievec iltd
itiiKe gOdi cropst
turned fr ll Mc. 1 ~i; -. F' , 'ay on
the I),,lta, after a pleasant stay of lenI
davys in that iioi.
The lllie of tre Ihnds ftaled to
iilike her la .t ,uinday i ril but we arel '
informed that &lie will be unp in iae
mIorintg cithout flL,.
Elder 1'. A Brown. of Ihe th Pt.eter'.
M. E cihut ,bc . hllbir lt lwo cliversl ill
the lalk t t it t .le ' houlr oif tIhre
l)r. ,leh' Jeilea . ,lii of the late
Col. 1). C ,l.inI:, arrivsei last S tin.
day rotrln A ka:m ,. lie will opiloui 11
lew days ~,l Ir-il il his oiill nonie.,
Mr. .I. C. Base purchaied thle J. .i)
Tompkins place at thiritf' sale lastn
Saturday, paying $2.0Uit for it. It is
One of the fluest ,ime places iu the
The regiatratlionl etice is open for
the purpose of reglsterintg thlose
Wbo wish to vote it the tlotu election,
which takes place ot the first Mounday
Try the otw resnedy for costivene¢s,
Chatlherltain's 5toitar aiid Liver
Tablets. Every thix i.* ttintled.
Price, 'li cooiS. I or sale at tbei.nal l's
The s-ie-ner 14 i)S Ii :! take waway a
largo ttiltner of our 'itizelt Ionighl
bound for the Conteilerate reunion at
Memphis. May they have a royal
goo ilutilte d 1 ,returns without an
An Italian, livinug on MI. L K.
.arber', place in the Bend, went
Cazsy last Fridayv and wa hroughi. to
town and tunrned over' to the asit-n
ties. Hi e ntow carefutlly looked after
by dsIpay ahhritf Gfitaotr.
Lehmann handles Ice, wholesale and retail, Ice deliver ed free in any part of town.
ANNE.i. :l:,I'N ON I'N1T!'l) C()N
Memphis, len , May 2% tot,, 190..
Oin a(Cot III. of the a;o oVe c ue:oa,
the Y. 1 M. V. !'ira:r1d aill ell rouI)n
trip tael:e's t' olnl c int per tllei( inl
each direction. R|ate from Vicksbhurg
i4 40 (taur tdollars,. torty cents.) 'T',ck
tcis a id PA :52 , 23, 27: return litait
Ticlts o may he extended until and
includlilng .iu te . L return portion its
depositadl with o)ttt I ttlt t:t agent att
Merumptia; itio eon May 2 and! Juneo
3, i 'c:live, and on rlts toeit of feo of
50 een Ib.
We will also run speciai traitns tot
IMenrphl. -c'hedule wil: be published
later. hFer fairther inf'orination, call ou
or addt esC, I he utndersignUed,
A. Q. PEA li"CE, . '1. A .
Mrs. 3Brock has n very tlue 'airdeil
and has utao for st! unew !ris!i pota
toes, pea;. heatn, a ralips, beets, lIttuce,
and olions. M1t. iBrock is a d,.erv
ilng womalln andti shonild be patrottized.
When you want vegetables send out
to her hIume.
Mr. Phil McGuire returned from
Vicksburg 'l'nesday morning He is
like the iristuan'a flee. Alfter remain-)
iug houti '",r a few days, he will again
take hi, drpairtue-this time for tMein
phis, St. I,,u' L:,ulivilie and other
It is reported that the Yazoo & Mis
sissippi Valley Railroad will soon
build a loop road on the other side of
the river. It will be an extension oft
the G]et Allein brantich and will con
nect with the main line at Snlodes
Station. This Iloe has already been
Mrs I ,.t lab Bell Allen arrived
from Memphis last Friday evening on
the Delta. and will alspend sometime a
with her parents, Doctor and Mrs. W.
I). Bell. M rs Allen has many friends
in her old home wbh are delighted to
see her, and who hope that she -will
have a plea-ant visit.
In his May forec.,ots, l)eVoa eaya
that front the "2:5th to 28th, anotherl
storm will forcm over the Ohio valley,
catusing thravy rainl throughout the
middle sOetiot: o the United States.
S9th to 31-", col3 over the northern,
and hot uVarr theo outh Atlantic states,
with floods over the Ohio valley.' 4
Mr. J.1. W. Crump, of Tyrone plants.
tion, who ham been quite ill ior the
., tiree week., we art glad to heart:
- lproving. . r. Cnrup has not only
been eick himself, but his wife and chil
i tel l also, the little ones having the
I v ,iof ig couehl. Mr. LCrump has not
en kidlt to v anh y aitef tionll to . i:
crop for some'nri.e.
The Tl'ensaa Gazette of the 17th says
lit " there is no news about the rail
road. Tho resleoctive survey are be.
i' g pushed by cite 'T. & P. R. R. peo.
11 anil by th, Now Orleans, N:te'heh
Iiotn Arkanas i'. ,road Co. We bup
pasoe it will be the 15th of August be
I.oe the inal it:es will be determined.
Alter teat we live in hopes of seeing a
a ork legun t Ill counstruction."
Mrs. F. E. Arturd received a dis
piatch On haturalav mtorning last frolit
!:er husband at Sau F'rantcisco sayitng
that he had arrivel that mornling from
Manila. lr. Artaud. aho is in the
regular army has been in the 'Philip
pintes for the past thlree years, and we
Sit,'W how he feels in gettilgt t back to
this country once tltre. Just as soon
a- ith can do so, he will join his vw ife
atld young son here.
After rainiur almost all of Sunday
i uiect and nearly hall of Monday, the
I ,.. cmatle out abllut four o'clock, antd
it counteaeeeed to c:ear up. Both the
cotton and corn crop treaded this soak
ttle rain very snucl, and. from now on
the ,lantors will not care whether
aty more fails for ormetitelo to ctce.
Ie raian was general and the fartirars
wii tow go to work with push and
Sv,.: to get their crops in a good fix9
A late special fro:: New York, says
that -George J. Gould has tale ar.
rangemnouts for the purchase of '25,o,0
tota, ,f rail , which is nai.t will make
in a' nearly ll1,00 tons of rails
abonught thil year for this system of
I railtroads His difleratnt orders; placed
I w~ih 103 rail jool involve the expendi
tli al $2.860,000." No telliag but
that par t this purahase is made for
h:s ratnd along the river from Vidaiia
ta A rkttsas City.
i'' 1r. a uberg wi!l bohl service
to-mllrrtW evtClling at the school house
it the b.ck country.
An offering will bhr taketn u for the
Jt.aksoulviile, (Fla.) suferers at the
Eldi~iotnl crhurch to-morrow. A lib
Seral donatioun should be made.
, o~ssq Phnly boats have come down
tt: river on the recent rise than in
HnI1y elears. It looks like that this
way of trtvehltg and living is fast
Th : -litid Moer!ti' beer wa',
,',..a.-ov!., aLu town Tuesday ov two
of '" ,:,,n!s. P. J. McG(;uire & Co.,
are tsl a::oltte for Moerline keg beer.
The Helle of the Bends will be up in
A te nlaortt ie, and will oontinue now to
make her regular unday trip. The
rotulnd trip rates to either Greetnville
Sor \'Vicl;.-'crg on tbiaflte boat is only
$8 00. (heap enolugh.
S"Mrs. W. . Magutre sad her bright
and interat-tg littole daughter, Ruth,
1eft yeterdy evenlog for Marehall,
"ittt wsire they will spend a month
wiMh Mr. &lAid Mrl. J.P. Morrison, re
I ' ryes of Mrd. ,l~aalt.
Lar. . .. ..In l -mm I . . . minim...
Mr. Clark Ilall, who has beet in the
t!h ward, sends us the following crop
1iThe crops, considering, are very
gool,, ancu by June 1st the crops should
be copped to a stand. Labor, though
I, very scarce, and it looks like that it
Is heccoimting more so every year. Mr.
Geo. Faith, manager for Mrs WVii.
McCulloch, has S60 acres in cotton and
corn on Cottonutood, which is an in.
crease of tO acres over last year.
The crop id looking well on this plan
Mr. flelih Aly, the httt'i'g rmnas
"e,-r ,n \ il-on t-itt,, h s ut. t: ra Tine
i,;lo.;il crop of cotton arid corn, and
says that his 1ro ,', ,ts are good.
ti. ia\.R.c. I'a, on Alabama plan
talin, has t iObeliful crop of noth
t1,':t atid corn. He is w' ll upi, with
h ris , orl.
(Col. I'. i. (Quay,, has a very good
crop, and is not any 'c.tind with his
Mr. Vail Montgomery is another
who hasa good statId of COttOia and
a good corn crop. lie says his crop
is better than lat year at this time.
Mr. John Brown, the manager for
Mrs. I, I~. Barber, has a lair prospect.
He has several lialiaus working, and
be lays they make tirst class field
Mr. E. Stockner, on Robertdale,
has also a good crop, and in a few
week- will nave it in good trim.
C. D). Iteniou , Co., ou Glen-Mary
and Avoca, have good crops of cotton
and corn nil both of these places.
The McAlpin brothers, on Lewiston
and Kerr places, are tip-top planters
and know their business. They have
a good cottont and corn crop.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. King, now at
Black Bayou, like their new home.
Mr. Kine is doing a good business,
and iS also'plhuting. He says it beats
rmnagiug and working for some one
Taking it all iu all, the crops in the
fourth ward of our parish look well,
considering re-planting had to be
done and that taun was very much
needed for sometime.
The Baton fRouge Truth of Satur
day last says that "personls arriving in
this city from New Rloads report that
w ,rk th .e . . 1'. e.Xte, ',t frotm
NeI l&al- to the :lounti of l.od river
i- prog~rriutg ntic:tly a ,', rapidly, anti
the coml0p1 y will. oegin laving steel in
the near future. When this stretch is
uinbi1.d, the road wii, be continued oi
to Vids'iu oppositce Natchez, and thou
continue on until tinaiiy communtca
tion With St. I..utMi wi iibe made.
The prospects of a raiiroad along the
west bank of the river froit St. L )ui1
to New Urtlesn is meeting wi;th the
approval of the people of tha. .oetiion
a8,; "vil: cauOs a great beneoficial
chbange in the territory ittra~versca"
Mrs. J. 1i. Prescott .and young bon
of Shreveport, arrived Tuesday morn
ing to spend a few days with Mrs.
Eusie Taylor. Mrs. Taylor's first bus
band was a brother of Mrs. Prescott.
'This is the first time that the two
ladies have met iii coveral years. The
husband of Mrs. Prescott is a profin- I
entt snd influential citizen of Shreve
port, being fire adjuster for that city
and holding othebr positions. Mre.
Prescott will leave in time to take in
the Confederate reunion at Memphis.
Mrs. V. M. Purdy, president; Mrs.
W. N. White, vice president. and Miss
Decker secretary, of Edward Sparrow
Chapter of the D)aughters of the Con
ieder cy, deserve a great amount of
ipraise in the manner in which the
Memorial Day programI was carried
out. It was through the exertions of
these ladies that the day was observed.
Miss Ela Brandon, of Natchez, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
l)uuu at their pretty home on the
lake. left 'Thursday on the Hill City
for St. Louis. Miss Brandou made
I ianv" trieiaL hire, who ~uope to ee i
her return again.
Mrs. John Barbour and daughter
left Sunday on the Deita for Memphis.
and from there they will go to l,',Xusje
City, wuere they expect to spend
somnetime with the family of Mr. Bar
hour. We wish them a ieasanut visit.
MIs~ Ada Virpon, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. 'Peter Viusou, who are now
living on the Bowie placo in the back
Scountry, is visiting her nucle and auntI
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hall. Mises Ada
wilI remain a week cr ten days.
It started lu raining early Sunday
night and continued during the whole
night add almost the entire day of
Mouday The planters feel very much
encouraged and bope that they isill
have no further set-backs.
Miss Ethel Egeily left last Friday for
Natchez, where she will spend so.me
time visiting friends in that city. Be
fore returning Miss Ethel will visit
friends at Vicasburg and other places
Miss Fannie Byerley, who has been
attending school at Ruston, returned
on the Delta last Sunday morning.
We regret to learn that the young
lady has not been well for sometime.
The cemetery is now looking pretty
and neat. Sexton Richard has had
I the roads cleaned nicely and the high
grass cut. It takes a ggeat deal of
wore to keep thecemotery looking nice
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deeson left last
Sunday morning on the Delta for
Memphis. They will remain a few
weeks visiting relatives at Bartiett, a
few miles out from Memphis.
Our young friend Francis Constant
passes through Providence quite oftlBn
The river began falling at Memphis
about the 10th and at this point on the
15th-about five days for the fall to
reach here, which is said to be about
Iwtl das iquicker than on all previous
,ceaSionts. We heard some "knowing
ones" on everything about the river.
qsv that leveeing the St. Francis basin
n'ti buildting the long stretch of levee
a av atbove s., would cause the river to
go down much more rapidly when the
fall tar.ted in at Memphi', anti that we
would he relieved much quicker of
high water with this stretch of levee up,
which has been demonstrated on the
present high river. Captain E. E.
Winslow, U. S. E. in charge of the dis
trict from Cairo to the mouth of the
Yazoo, said a few weeks ago that "the
witer would go higher at Memphis
than in 1888. by reason of it being
confined in the channuel by the levre
protecting the St. Francis basin,"
which shows that Mr. Winslow does
not know any more about what the
river will do than any one else. One
Ihing is certain though, and that. is
that be missed it by a great big heap,
as to the effect the leveeing of S.
Francis basin would have on increas
ing the height of the river above any
A new piece of reunion music has
been published by O. K. Houck& Co.,
of Meniphis and Little Rock. It is
called the "U. C. V. March," a two
step composed by Theo. H. Northrup,
and dedicated to the United Confeder
ate Veterans. It is pronounced very
fine. The cover is a beautiful thing,
wrought in the old Confederate col
ors. The top of the sheet Is adorned
with a Confederate standard, with the
letters, "U. C. V."io blue. Below this
are the portraits of Gens. Robert E
Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest. To
the right of this is a ra.-siailo of the
Confederate emblem-the faenou- Re
union button. Two sheathed swords
ailn a branch of olive are emtlematic
of the eternal peace of the old North
and the South, sections that no longer
exist, andl tbi. elC"ct is ltcijtntened by a
furled flag, a sltattered drum and a
disimounted fied gun at the ha-e of
the two portraits. It is a work of art
and a credit to the designetr. ,No one
sbould fail to get this piece ot music
when they go to the big reunion at
Me:,npts. Call at this Music House.
393 Main street, where it is sold for 50
Biliousness is a condition character
ized by a disturbauce of the digestive
organs. The stomach is debilitated,
the livor, torpid, the boweib consti
pated. There is a loathing of food,
pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated
tongue and vomiting, first of the un
digested or partly digested food and
then of bile. ('hambetrlaln's Stomach
and Liver Tablets allay the disturban
ces of the stomach and create a healthy
appetite. They also tone up the liver
to a healthy action and regulate the
bowels. Try them and you are certain
to be much pleased with the result.
For sale at J. S. G uenard's drug store.
AMr. Richardson, secretary of the
Good Roads convention, who is with
the good roads train front the north,
left his party last Thursday at Vicks
burg so as to make a river trip on the
Belle of the Bends and to meet his
I,aryv again at Greenville ou Saturday,
where tncv were to show the people
of that country how roads ought to be
built. The Belle laid at, our landing
for somn:etime Friday morning, which
ga'.e Mr. Richardson time to come up
it to'Av, acid jut at the time when the
lake road was being built. lie looked
at the way in which it was be
ing cotistructed. lie told our
street anti bridge conmmittee that
th,? w.re utaking it on the
right platl and that all they wanted
wee dramnage to snake it a first cla4'
road. The contnittee will carry oout
his suggestions, and no doubt a first
class road will be constructed.
Tl'he Ladlie's Guihi 'f the
El)is-t.pal Chuirci will
otpc " an 1?C (21reaml Par
lor iiext Thwursday even
ing at the Opera Houste,
at11ti duvi rrg the sumnmer
months will he ve the
LParlor o)pen on every
Thbursd ay evenlilig )f eac 1
w.eek. TIhey ask th ie
patrosnage of our corn
One'year ago, closing with the fiscal
year euding June 31st next, the
poet office at this place was raised
to the grade of 3rd class on acrcount
of the increased bhtsiness at this office,
and in consequence, it became a sal
tied office, which paid a salary of
$1000 a year. The business has in
creased to such an extent during the
first year begiuuiig with Julrlst, the
salary will be increased $100, which
will make $1100 that onr postmaster
will receive. A deputy is also allow
ed, who receives a salary of $25 per
month. Mrs. Taylor has: a great deal
of work, which K'Ceps her i~uy andt o: i
I cupiesb her entit'l timeC, atd dhe is dio
servitg of the ircrease that bhe wii
receive. 'TLe g" ad in'lv has been re
ceiving thib cngratulations of her
many friends this week on her good
Several ydung men in this Couresas
ional district were examined at Motn
roe on t:he 21st and 22nd by Prof.
Showalter for the West Poiut Cadet
slip. T''hose who were examiuedt for
the position, wo- E'udolph Wallank,
Monuroe; Grey Holloway, Ouachita
Cit); Louis Caper, Douglas Bule, I1.
J. Lea, Jr., Winsboro; A. W. Buckner,
'Newelton; J. H. Gilfoil, Omega. Mr.
Gilfoil, who being known to us, is a
finue looking and manly young fellow,
we would like to see get the place.
Miss Floreunce Newmau, who has
been a great sufferer from rauscular
rheumatism, says Chamberlatn's Paia
Balm is thebo only remedy that affords
her relief. Miss eNewman is a muchb
respected resident 6f the village of
Gray, N. Y., and makes this statement
for the benefit of others similarly
aflflicted. This liniment is for sale by
J. S. Guenard's druggist.
Prof. S. D. Blackwell, the teacher of
the colored school in Bunch's Bend,
will give a picnic and school exhibi
tion at St. Paul's Baptist Church on
Friday next, the 31st. The Cold Tar
aUdt Bunch's Bend base bali clnbs will
also have a mnatch game of base ball.
lie says that a good time Is in store
Sfor all who will attend.
Mr. Clark hail, the bustling deputy
aseessor for Mr. W. C. MeRae, will
t finish up his work of asseeaing I. the
Scountry to-day, which will leave bhins
only the town to do.
Is here, Man is preparing to shed h's i
It's our business to show him the proper
things in dress for this first Spring of the
And we have the "proper things"
nothing more proper anywhere-beautifurl
*-textures-beautiful weaves -beautiful tai
The Royal Tailors, of Chicago, arc
our tailors. They have sent us some six
hundred patterns in the latest Spring and
Summcr suitings. Look them over. We
think you'll like them--and that youd
want a rnw suit from one of them and.
perhaps a new Spring overcoat.
If you can beat the goods-the style
--the fit-the tailoring-we don't expect
your patronage; but you can't -you can't
even match them at the price.
Don't fail to see our big line of Cassi
meres and Worsteds, Outing Flannels and
Remember, every garment tailored to
your measure-tailored the way you want
it tailored-tailored without any help from
the ,"sweat shop," and guaranteed to please
you or we keep it.
W. N. WHITE, AGT.,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
THE OLD RELIABLE
P II.L'S SALOON.
HEEAL XX: i =iERS FOR
.: Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
l.II , -I.iA. .t c POOLP.A=.RLORO .,.
Q'S c*hlitz Mihlwai kee 1ottle eler and Christian. 2,
.Mioerlt2 in cOg' BCoo L uwavs Un hand..
¢', '~"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
SPhil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietor8. 4
IIIL'S M EIT AMIKET
A N 1)-
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town
Patronagesoh citod. Guaranteoe promptness.
Call us up over either ,1pho1 e.
'JIhe foiilowiug ':ighiv appreciative
and kind letter wa, rerei\ l by us aI
few ld 's ago fror, Dr. C. P'. \Vhitu
ewcad. the leading ph ,'j:ian of our
uaris and an estecemed a! !opultar
citizen bcfie his remival (, his pres
ent home some ycarS ag4 :
LcOMThi, LA., May 14, 1901.
Accept 'cougratnlations upon the
birth-day of your Ipaper Having
kn',wn the pap)ir frd:n its birth andi the
publisiier ant eldit ,r from early boy
hood, and proud to have served as
special correspondent. I am always
duliihted w.,un th itanner-)Democrat
comer to my hori, thoroughly appre
ciating the compliment I wish a long
and happy life to the paper ani' al con
THE DRAWING CARD
In our establishment is PERFECT
FIT IN EVERYTHING. "For the
long or short man we have not only
Clothing to fit, but Shirts and Under
wear also--and everything Is first
class. No seconds in any kite.
Our Negligee Shirt stock Is unusu
ally fine this season.
Money back it' not suited.
Mail orders receive prolmpt salon
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
On Wednesday morning the young
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Fischer
was kickediun the face by a hnure out
at their home across Teosas. We
were rlad to learn that the little fel
low was not dangeronssly fl:rt.
The Lake Providence Bank,
at close of business March 30, 1901.
Loans. discounts and over
drafts...... ...... .. t35,121.31
Real estat., furniture and
tixtut l, s ............ 3,753 96
Cash in s.afe and oth:r
Banks ............. ..... 64,877.83
Capital stock paid in...... 15,()00.00
Iurplus ................. 525.0
Undivided I'rolits, (expen
so( and taxes paid) ...... 2.10`'.32
Derosits . ............ 86,122.52
Other cash iLbets......... L.26
I, J. N. Hill, Vice President and J.
W.Tooke, Jr., Casbier, do hereby cer
tify that the above statement is true
and correct. ,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
on this the 13th day of April. 1901.
Gras. R. EaGLLY,
May 4, '01-4t.
S &VE YOUR TIN TAGS
Taken from the following brands of
tobacco : 8h1ow Down, Bob lazncock,
Chip, Red ileart, D)wey Twist and
incle Henry and ask your merchant to
show you the ihthograph hanger we
sent him, showing cute of forty useful
and handsome presents, which we are
giving away until Jan. 1. 1902, in re
deeming thes tdgs. Write for list of
pr" OAN1.CK BROS. & CO.
SAMt GALANTY FRED.
Dry Goods, Clothinl
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
TruX l .I . tTalicE . .Over( "s hores.
Si-F ver1 thingl 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
LAiD.1 ES' and GEN T'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the lc.test st. les and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
i~PI respectfully ask a share of-'the public patronage, and guarante to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
TIIE LAKE. I'ElovNt.Err-s BANK issues Bank Drafts or .Aton..
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, s
as Post Office or Express Money Orders. - "FN.
---TlE FOLLOWING BIATh
1 ot exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. . 5.00' sait'Q
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not e
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up .at t. .
If a Bank draft i- lost or miscarried in the mails, yob can pei w a
without delay. You do not have to filout application. Ther _
other advantages over P.O. or Express money orders. Give it a
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
ij: i R.J. BURNEY. I(li
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe,La.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Evoryth1xig for I.dc.le .
Everiytbhin for GFentlemeon
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
A. We are herq to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our be.
to please you. Give us a call.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
..J S. GiUE~NARD, PROPRITOR
TZaklse Street. ~alue P:rovidenoe. ----
flug$, JedikineB, Chemical, patent Jedigine.
(Garries a fhal1 lire of 'Pairts, Oilis, Iarqii.1es,
Brilatoes, YFoliet Soaps, Perfthrery, Books, rite
Statiorery and I~iss.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
The O1cld IRliable Grocery lEouwo
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kics~ 6fFeah y Faiqrly GEeGdries
We invite you to call and see our Stook of Canned Goode. We carry
a large line of dikterent grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Spring and ummer I
" ? ~ Company's
1 ~ >ing of $amphe!
jtist recetve, from which you
can make yoer selection foryour
wearing apparel with a auarat '
tee of satsftctio'. Th' Con.
S cern is the best known Firm,
of Merchant Tailor. in Chicago
and do the largest butsincs of
//)erchanttailortn in the United
State~. We can a ow you seef
oles of their goods and a futer
line cannot be found. Thee
fabrces are syntchiese in qual
ity the newemt importations
a/ mndlato-date patterns, all new
stiless and notby creations;
Sprice are righilt tuo, and you
can get a garment now with the
- .toper cut and fit and with good
iings to crrespond.
flake Your Selcian Early.
SOQLE AOENTs a
Wd. D. ¢CSOO tIN. ,
We do all " Jo Wo