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v'I`! - \i'< sticlc o)f Ltlake street,
jii j f. l('s ~block.
Ciiy Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Rceition, tha
best Cigar on the Market for IOcts, AT LEHMAN'S,
ELIAS AAIRONS, M nufacturer, New Orlesns, La, Represented by Nathan Bach.
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W., 8I ,RiEBR-DEMGCRAL.
Saturday, June 29, 1931.
Jos. iE. Ransdell,
Real TE:state _.gent,
LAKE rROVIDENGE. LA.
Will pr:acti'i ill the C,ourts of E;tso
Carroll, ~l e- (':rr',li 'sol +ft rdison
Pariahts, -md thl Ii,' . ,Lte upre e (' Court
JOHN A. M4)N'I'TO)MERY,ý Notary
PJbl ". (Court Stirtgraphcr and Fir!
Itnmutrance Agent. s itr my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
Etal "E mtate AL. t.,
Lake Providence. La.
HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPI.I'T
ABSTRACT 'PF ALL "F.II LANDS IN E.\St
2ARItOl. I A5M P'lt:'PAtie- T() FURNISi I
kBSTAT'rS t)" TI)'r.T.S o N .IIrTr NoITICF,
E. W\AYI.ESJ BIt3)WNE,
STENO,(;ItIAI'Ii:I AND) NOTAIRY PUIBLIC. I
W . . I He.t,, \V. 1t. Plac'.
0OCTOi S BELL AND FiERiCE,
Our oili'.c , is , o a;.ttll in the ,lie for. I
nlu!I t c: c'lll'ic id hrV I1,1l. C. S. W\vly. '
Dr. Piuree's r. idhlrnci. The Egelly. h
Local anti Parish News.
This is the 293h tday ,of .J)meo.
Crinlini trit ofl olrt ilext MonIday.
'Look out for lThe F'llllon ad liet aI
The river is iiow falling at a rapid Ic
rate at this point, . h
The weeds are being cut along the Il
sidewalks. (ood stove.
Every day that com.res feels hotter V
than the day that Iased.
The 4th of Juiv will paes wit hout
any kind of a 'ltliontirqfltio . Sc
Rev. C. Maio returiod 'l'nusday to
morning from clt, rne and) Ale:zandria. ni
It Is reportdl that more of our ciii. fri
zeus are down with the fever this
The first watermtellonl of The eason 1
arrived froml New Orleans on 'l'Tuesday ot
There will he servicrs at the Episco- t,,
pal church to-morrow mlornling and al
Jeff. the oldest son of Mr. anld Mre. Irag
T. .1. Fatberree, is now Ietter from a
spell of fever.
Mrs. T.. L Va,, Fo.e. and daughter,
Miss Kate, wia e ;leaiat vitiOl to
town on Wedniesday.
*Part of the fron, and lresacd brick
for the new court )house arrived froim It)
St. louis last Friday.
Mr. Phol Lo,ng, the surveyor, con
tinues quite ill at the reldtl ce of
Judge Wyly on 1)ers'c a. wa
Misses Francis Mcl:brron and (-cr. ;hi
true O'Sullivan retur.ned frotm V icks- fui
burg ou Tuesday tiol ling. ter
Kiunglet, the raco horse owced by iu 0
Mr. Phil McGuire, arrived Irtrum 't. in
Loulie last Friday mornuing. ilo
Guenard did a rushbiung business at
hIs soda water stHadl last atuIrday,
lie sold eigtt hutired glasses~. I
Mr. land Mrs. Fraink Iiyrle)''s y)oung Fri
nnOl i lo1w up anildI fIee of ?ever, alter Ic
being quite sick h);" s veral dlayS. u
'The I)i.ctors are thi, busiest per- tulri
Pnut in toWnjust abiuo 1)w+. It look* far
like sicknue~s is ii netarly every other win
Master Tom t lourMogmery, 0on) of
Ilr. andltl Mr'. F'. MF.:,Mrlne , who wh
hrs been olff attending ctoo, lia re- wft
tur;Ced. Lu i
Marion, the daughter of Mr. and ,,n
Iir,. J. W. 1)tiIn. has teet sick withl slt
lever again th!s Heck. She Is bow oei
much better. parl
The uaiyor's court is becoming idle a,'"
from the very little business boii.g Iant
1do0e. No tights uor knock downs i ,
se-eral weeks. qM
J. W. Cooke and il. D). Duni, two det.
of our colored Imerchants and first hisi
c:a+- eltizens left for New Orleaus glad
Mr. T''hoa. Shebee, of A rcadia, brolh" T
*r ofl Mrs. J. W. 'l'Tooke Jr, arrived ou ever
Vritlay last, aniid is how as.ieliung "Mr. IE
''ooke in tlhe balk. Eve
We are glad to report that noth Mr.t
uand Mi.'A. Richard, who were quite A
sick with fever for several day.-,.are Cor
bolb allte to be up. le
W, regret to learn that Mrs. Peek hold
conlutiies tl. 'thi good lady ha, been 1ew
ill for several weeks. We hope th at I
she will soton be well.
Mr.aud Mrs. Yancey Bell's yhonttg it
sO ba* bees sick for stveral days fro
wj thse e1~I UI e has. aad caeeit l st. ItmeOl
Itetlio, ald Ie now beer. Si
3ttsrmometer* *gsi' to have fe
We+ Et. pUt. o" tsbeo qr, to.peventl. 8s1rt
ht L I sW$:r" + tbnlto .L bee
There is a .'reat td,.a of pickjne. its
our conttllnlUntty--ore thanI ever wait
" ' kn,,wn btort'--aed no dtotubt it tl]l
Ilterfere to it co,,tlH, etabh: degeie ii
taking net s-day a cotmplete suc
Dr. W. E Lion,; rd,, ,anti. Mir.
Alberit Vitlt of he 't nl,, ward,I
atntl .li. t . A. . V\c'iKer " te t litiu
T wart, were visitors to Iown on VWeil
Inedtay. 'lhev rcpoLrt crops looking
Lt, A base hall g,,be will he played in
Providence on Tli'sday next between
a ''alihlahl nine ailI Ita nte traim. 'I'his
will be a match gate of ball without
practice on Ilh part of the boys of
rt The mv,,v friends of our popular
Cot(, rctp~t'. Iion. Joa. E: RIanidell,
will he 'ilad to learn that he is now
fbe ter from the longt and severe case of
fever Ihthais had Itoldl of hit fur the
pasit three. we. kI.
Mrs. M1ix Levy left Thursday on
t he John K. Stied for Cincinnat i. Mrs.
Levy will visit Fort Wayne,. Ind.,
l)etroit, Mici, and other cities in the
oirth before .ret urning. The Banner
Democrat wishes her a pleasant trip.
Mr. '. J. Powell, chancellor com-j
maender of I'rovidence Lodge No. 28.,
K. of P, ta- taken sick with fever)1
last Thursday, and was quite sick for
' several dnayv. His nmainy friends will
s hteglad t, Iarin that he is now able to
sti )e ulst.
M1 rs. J. W. Cruilp and Miss Nicolls,
of 'l yroue pl)antation, are reported to
ave bteen sick since Sunday last. We s
are sorry Ito learn this, for it is only a
Il. ew wweeks ago that Mr. Crunmp passed
- throtigih a long and severe spell of i
The pump at the corner of Lake &
,r Levee streets andt also the pump at the
corner of Second & Sparrow streets
lly' have been piut int working condition.
These pumps are coinstantly used dur
itig the sutlltter mouths. The street
antd briiage committee did the right
The crops were never better in East
Carroll, and with a good rain a due b
corn crop would he harvested. We b
at are informed that there has been more ft
corn planted this year thuin ever be- 1,
Id fore. WhePi the planters Sitop buying u
hay aind corn front the piorih, iore b
ie money will be foundii ith Makitg cotton. a
Mrs. G. M. Franklin went down to bi
Vicksbulrg oin Saturday last to he pres- u(
cut at the cotnllnlllcetltent exercisoes of lit
it ot. Francis Xavier Aecatlemilt, which
school her daughter, Miss Mins, is at- th
y teti;ng. They returnced yesterday de
i. morniing, and Miss Mina's many
i. friends are glid to see her home again.
lCharbon is reported in our parish. th
This is a terrible disease to get anong ar
stlck and every possible means should m
be ldone' to kepj it front streading. A dt
few years ago East Carroll had char. nm
tll, anlll a great many horses, mules re
and cows died fouLtp this disease. We of
hiIe0 that it will not get a foot hold da
Call at J. S. (iuenard's drug store Bc
anti get a free Ptmllile of Chatlnberlain's be
t tlliw:c; anti Liver Tablets. They are
,.n clganti physic. They also improve
the appelite, strengthein the digestion
and rt"gulate the liver and bowels, fat
't'hey are easy to take and pleasant ill br
ctrc t. - 1 t.
Mr. Joe Craig, of Graudview, Ind. lift
was in town for two or three days 1)u
this week. Mr. Craig sells grain, ad
ftiour, meal &Ie, to a great many plan- ful
tirs it our parish flu has been:sell- we
ing to thenm for several years, and be. dis
iig a first class reliable gentleman. cot
Glatd to see hins Co
Mr., Mary Howard Artldie and her Tri
young son andl dasughter, left last
Friday for Shreveport. after a visit of
several months to her mother. Mrs.in I
utie 'Tavlor. Mrs. Artldie will re- Mo
turn in October. Mlo Lela went as he
far as Vicksburg with Mrs. Ardle, la
where she will spend a few weeks He
visiting relatives. clot
'T`he three daughters of MIr. Wilson, the
who is part owter of the Joe. L,. Fischer til
lotnlther Co, arrived last Friday and wb
will occupy tie Ashbridge residence, Ima
n!ow owtnd by Mr. J. W. Done. The
Madison ,1ourinal regrets that Mr. Wil. 1
son aid l his daughters.have left that frie
parish. We welcome thetn amobg us felt
anti hope that they will find it pleua.- of t
ant in their new home. boa
Mr. A. G. Chaffe, who has been
quite sick wlth.fever ott at the resd
tldeuce of Congressman Ranadell sinee bur
his arrival here two weeks ago, we are her
gladJ to harn t now msuch better. Net
The fifteen minutes rain Tuesday
evening has done intmuch good. While
it lasted it came down pretty heavy. both
Every one has felt better from it, and eVi
cotton and corn will louria. the]
A crlminel term of the 9th Ditlrilot i
Cosur wi cooiveste on Monday ilext. i
1We eusdNradh tbeh the court W11 Mill
hold ot a1 tbhe Opera ,House nttil the n
new co6tnrhiube'ls completed. Itii
There mi#t-be a large nmoont .of
improvements and builditg golig h daU
in town. Not a carpeuter is idle- tre
from the jaclk elleg to, the irst cl will
mechanio-has no idle time. fore
Sidnt'y G(tueard eclninue to have 1
faitr, ad It is now nearly a month Ma
'aline e ewas taken down. We hope next
thirt it will ontly be a few days when wife
be will tweattrole well . eme
S itl Professor Fred lMoser, who is well
wVHI kLnoant in Providenuce, having rotu Ithe
wdll ice factory oue season, will turnilih
ie inll luic on the occasion of laying the
I sUC- corner stone of our new court house on
tluedav next. Thie Vicksburg P'ost
,,y, thait ' ~i.of. Fred Moser has closed
Mr. the contract to furnish a brass band
yard, tad orchestra for the laying of the
ltit corner tllon of the new court house at
Vred- Liko l'rovidence on July 2nd. The
king lelle of the Bends will go up with the
band tin hoard leaving hero on MIon
i day. Prot, Moser sass he will have
' the band aslid orchestra in first class
e order and whet! they go to P'rovidence
out it wiill he as tfie an organization as
bout ever appeared before the public in the
ulalr Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the
,drli, First Sational Bank of Winterset,
now lowa, in a recent letter gives snome ex
i, of perience with a carpenter in his his
. the employ, that will be of value to other
rthechanics. lie says: '-I had a car
penter working for ime who wan
on obliged to stop work for several days
Mrs. on account of being troubled with
[nd., diarrhoes. I mentioned to him that I
thel hiad been smdilarly troubled and that
tier- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Irip. Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me.
He bought a bottle of it from the
om- druggist here antid informed me that
'8, one dose cured hint, and he is again at
ver his work." For sale by J. S. Guenanl,
e to . The Pythians of our town seeing
the very sick condition that their
brother, Mr. T. J.. Fatherree was in,
rlle, telegraphed last Friday morning to
I to Greenville for a trained nurse, who
We arrived on Friday night about 11
y a o'clock, coming part of the way by
sed land. Mr. Fatherree was dangerously
of ill, but through the hard and nutiring
work of his physician, Dr. F. R. Ber
nard and the nurse, a change for the
better took place about 4 o'clock Sun
the day morning. Since then he has con
tote tinned to slowly improve, and we are
on. glad to say, will recover The Pyth
ur- lans have decided from now on that
eet when any of the members of their
ght lodge get sick not to wait, but to get a
nurse as soon as possible.
ast Mr. Willie Page, an old East Carroll
ie boy, looking the picture of good
We health, arrived in town on Tuesday
ore from Texas, and spent a few days
be- in hli old home. Mr. Page is a pop.
fig ular young man, and counts his friends
,re by the score. lie is now working for
on. a big railroad company. He brings
the news that the Goulds are going to
to build the railroad, but that it will leave
es- us several miles to the east of the main
of line. lie spas that a tap will be built t
h from the main line to our town, and
At- that the road will be built at an early
in. When Rev. Mr. Boberg left last
Wednesday evening he had no idea C
ih. that the would return so quick. le
ug arrived in New Orleans on Thursday h
id morning and about 12 o'clock Thurs
A day night received a telephone
tr- message front Mrs. T. J. Fatherree to
[es return on accounft of the serious illness e
Ve of her husband. He left the city Fri
Id day morning and at 12 o'clock that e
night he arrived and was at the bed- i
side of Mr. Fatherree. Rev. Mr.
re Boberg is a flue nurse and is a great ti
i help in a sick room. b
Se Saves Two From Death.
>n "Our little daughter had an almost c
I fatal attack of whoopint cough and
in bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. itavi
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when
all other remedies failed, we 'aved her -
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Vs Our niece, who had consumption in an
u, advanced stage, also used this wonder
U- ful medicine and to-day she is perfectly
- well " Desperate throat and lung
e- diseases yield to Dr. King's -New Dis
r covery as to no other medicine on to
U* earth. Infallible for Coughs said to
Colds. 50c and $100 bottles guarant- th
teed by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
r Trial bottles free.
it co------ CO
Wf While some of the young boys were an
a. in bathing at the lake boat house on to
m- Montday evening, one of them said that
is he saw a large aligator under the to
a, walk that leads out into the lake.
I He gave the alarm, grabbed bhis 8
clothes, which consisted a pair of
pants and a bshirt, took the middle of
I, the street and didn't stop running on
r til he reached Whittiugton's stable, ti
I where he dressed. No doubt it was
imagination ou the part of the boys.
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, our
t friends of Mayersville, have our heart.
a felt and sincere sympathy in the death thi
Sof their baby boy, which occurred on
board of the steamer Delta near Mem- re
phis last week.
SMes. Joe. L. Fischer went to Vicks- ner
Sburg on thb Belle Wednesday to meet bil
] her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Schott of Bi
New Orleans, who returned with her wr
yesterday morning. a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deeson were ne
both taken seriously ill last Sunday- ing
I evting. 1~9 are glad to learn that pri
they are now alright again. tio
Miss Besasie Johnson, who has been
in the dry goods store of Mr. Jas. S.
Millikin, left Wednesday for her home tb
in Mississippi, where she will remain ho
notil fall. dit
Mrs. E. Stein accompanied her tha
daughter, Mrs. Abe Blum, back to pat
(reenville last Friday. Mrs. Stein grn
will spend a few weeks in that city be- a t
fore returning. , da
Mr. Thos. Allen came down from
Memphis last Friday, returning the
next evening, accompanied by his F.
wife, who has been vistiug her par- fe
ents, D)r. and Mrs. IV. D. Bell. qu
* DeVoe's Forccasi for uil).
The Southern States are likely to
experierce iaotlre very hot weather
during this nmouith which may cause
short crops in some localities. The
bot weather in the northern section
) will he modilied by recurring thunder
ftorms. No general disturbances of
uisRal weather conditions is likely to
occur. Stirring the soil is the best
way to encourage imoiotlre, and grow.
ing crops niay frequently bp saved
from drought by the plow or hoe.
1st to Y; d, hot and cloudy, l(llowed
by thunder showers. 4th to 7th hot
and sultry. 1 h to 9th, local thunder
storms, 10th to 12ih. fair. 13th to
15th!!, hot weather. 16th to 19th, a
atorm will form over the South Atla
t!c 5 ales causingii rain along the
SAilalitic Coact and cooler weather.
S20th to 22ind, fair, but warm. 23rd to
25' h, local thuntlder stormis. '26th to
2h1 h a stornm will form over the uuper
lake region, c:rusing a hot wave over
the Northern States. Moving South
eastward this storm will cause heavy
b thunder storis in its track over the
ell New Elnglaiui States, but in the South
i the weather will be extremely hot and
:st Captain 'lThos. II. Cox, one of the
eul leading and most prominent citizens
orl f Springfield, .Mo, died on the 21st at
hea grand old age. We mention the
at death of Capt. Cox, becaute he was a
it great friend of the late hojpored and
he ,sterned citizen of East Carroll. Dr.
- Wil. McCulloch, and also personally
known to Mr Jas. S. Millikin. After
the war Mr. Cox gave a large part of
his time and money for the establish
nient of a Soldiers' loine and a school
he where the homeless sons aRld daulgh
ters of the soldiers of the South could
have a homeo alld receive an e!iducatioln.
he lie kept this up for several years,
eti unil the State took charge of these
x- institutioiis. It was this grand and
i noble mniai who startled the IIovelllent
er of erectintg a Imonumllent over the.
' graves of the Conlodl'ratoe ,soldier.
ao who sleep i ii he Sprinlield cenietery,
and which will be unveiled in August
th next with ceremonies beating the oc
1 canson. Mr. Cox spoke often of the
at fear of not living to see his work
id crowned with glory and success, and
le. expressed the wish and hope that he
mwould he spared until he saw the
atmonumient erected and unveiled to
at perpetuate tie valor and deeds of his
d Confederate brothers. Such a grand
life as Thos. 11. Cox, will lii~e on for
ever, and some day, in the near future,
ig may a monutnent be erected to his
ifr remory telling of his many generonus
n, and good deeds. May his soul rest in
L You may as well expect to run a
y steam engine without water as to find
y an active, energetic man with a torpid
g liver and you may know that his liver
i. is torpid when lie does not relish his
e food or feels dull and languid after
eating, often has headache and some.
times dizziness. A few dloses of
e Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
-. Tablets will restore his liver to its nor
t mal functions, renew his vitality, ii
r prove his digestion and make him fee
alike a new matn. Price. 25 centai
Samples free at (Guenard's drug store.
The Vicksburg Post of Monday last
says that Captain J. J. Powers has just
returnedl from IVashligtoni where he
was called by the Poetothice Departl
rieUt in regard to the river mail ser
vice. The S'untmer Schedule will be
ill effect until October 1st and the up
mail will leave Mondays and Thurs
days at 3 p. m. On and after October
1st, a Winter Schedule will be ordered
making three and possibly four round, t
trips each week. The D)epartmert I
fully recognizes the iroportaice of the
river nmails and complimented the ser
The big Clilnbllerllalld 'Telelholln
Couipany has now over eighty
towni subscribers, arid the mannaer.
here, Mr. Fowier, coriltltiles pllac
inrg 'phonles ill residences and business
houises. 'This week he iput in eight.
He informed us that thel line will be I
extended throuiigh the first and secoiid
wards imnmediatily, Ihle ssire alit oth
er material having bteen orderedt for
lion R. I1. tAze, (Grand Master ot
the Masonic Lodge of the iState, will
be here lon Tuesday lnext to take Ipart
in laying the corneOr stone of the IP w
coturi house. Mr. Cagoe atteoded :he 7
Loulisiana State University wtItI
Mlessrs. W. S. Brown, las. b. Mllllikii I
and VatI and '. F. F Montgomery.
'i'hcse ienitlemen propose to give
him a royal reception.
This Weather No Joke, -
So Let's Talk Sense a Minute.
Flannel doesn't make a suit ii, which I
to walk Fifth Avenue, or permit you Pre
to swell out your chest in the behalf hai
that you're the best dressed il an.
It's a suit for the sea-shore, for the
country, for the office-for corc'ort on
eand coolness anywhere. Suits co.sO Sen:t
to $16.50, and a nicely assorted stock I lari
to show you. Al
Extra light Negligee-and Night pro
Shirts; all sizes. wt/
Monqy back if not suited. 1
Mail orders receive prompt atten and
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Seven Years In Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" iqnuire
the friends or Mrs. L. Pease, of Law
rence, Kan. They knew she bad been:
sunable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trouble, Y
nervous prostration aud general de
bility; but, "'Three bottles of Electric l
Bitters enabled me to walk," she Bu
writes, "and in three months I felt like slee
a new persou." Women sruftlrirng
from IHeadache, Backache, Nervous
ness, Sleeplesesuess, Melancholy, Fain
ing and Dizzy Spells will huind it a
priceless blesinog. T'ry it. Satisfac. and
lion is guaranteed. Only 50 cents at ard
Guenard's drug store. ger
Next Tuesday is the (lay for laying. A
the corner stone of our new court wa
bouse, and it is to be hoped that lhe fror
different committees have not put off the
Lbeir duties until the last minute, but
that they have been hard at work pre- T
paring for the big day..Jr takes a den
greal deal of hard work to make such tous
a thing a success. There is only a few of I
daye left, and there Is lots of work to ouri
lo. Then get a hustle.
The bright little soi of Dr and Mrs. Fric
F. R. Bernard, wis tiken down with Mlrs
fever last Friaevenulung and hl·a brea and
juite sick since riei. wee
to I When buying SmIRTS
est there is one sort that will never
,lisappoint you in excellence of fabric,
edworkmiiaiship and fit, and that sort is
e the famous MONAICII ,Sllirts, made
or by Cluett, Peabody & Co.
ler WE CARRY A FULL LINE
A lOF THEIR GOODS_.
, CIolred Negligee, detached
. Clts, n collars, 1.00oo to 1.5o
Colored Ng'lige, attached
cuffs, 11o collars, 1.oo to 1.5d(
(r - Colored Negligeo, attached.
collars and cuffs, 1.oo
he White Negligee, attached
th (!tiffs; no collars 1.oo to 1.5o
Whlite pleated bosoms 1.oo to 1.5o
he Full Dress 1.oo to 1.50
he Night Shirts 75c to 1.oo
id We also carry a cheaper line of
in ý " HEADQUARTERS FR1
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
. I .
iiioerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
• PHIL'S SALOON,
Phil J. McGuine Wines, Liquors and Cigaetors.
- [oerlein IKeg Beer always on hand.
SQ Phil J. MeGire & Co., Propreors.
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town
Patronaae sollitod. Guarantee pPomptness.
Call us up over either 'phone.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PROVZIDNOE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
Tcong-Lw and Grcove Oy1rem)Mss
Tank]s of any size made to ordoe at N. 0. prioes.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
?iY0fite in H lamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a bome enterprise.
TO TIHE PUBLIC.
I wish to notify the citizens of Lake
i'roveisin.e and of the parikh that I
have opened a WAT('CH. CLOCK AND
J EWFLHY RENAIRING Es'TABILI.TIENT
in the store of Mr. WI. H. Fisher, and
am pre[red to do all work in tmy line
on short notice. Having had long
.ears of experience as a watchmaker ir,
large cities. I will. and can do as good
ond tfine work as can be done anywhere.
All work entrusted to me will receive
prompt and careful attention, anil
warranted to give entire satisfaction.
I make a specialty of watch, clock
and jewelry repairing.
LOUIS P. TISCII.
Q. &. C. ROUTE
10 Day Tickets
$32.50 Vicksburg to Buffalo and
Return, on sale Daily via
Y. & M4 V. RAILROAD.
Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. m.; arrive
lut'f:la 10:30 a. m. (35 hours); through
sleeper from Memphis.
A. Q PEARCE, C. P. A.,
We are sorry to learn that Isase
ansd Turner, the young sons of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Bass, have been dan
gerously ill for several days.
A fine mul, hbitched to a country
wagon, died on the street Monday
front a ease of colie. It is said that
the mule had been fed on green cor.n
The inhabitants of the town of Provl
dence now consume over twenty-five
tots of ice weekly. Pretty good lot
of iceelo be ntoed for a town the size of
Rev. J Englar Denson returned let I1
Friday after an abtence of ten dayrs.
Mrs. Inemon did not return with himi,
ntl will remain away for tlie nexi few
Yazoo & Mississippi
Valley R. R.
For the 4th of
July, 1901. low
rates of fare will
be in effect be
tween all stations
on the Yazoo &
Misissippi Valley Railroad, and to
points on the A & V. RY. and Illinois
Central R. R. south of the Ohio Riyer.
Tickets on sale July 2. 3 and 4. god
to return until July 8. inclusive.
Tickets and full information as to
rates in connection with the above can
be had of agents of the Y. &. M. V. R
R and connecting lines.
W H MURRAY. Div. Pass. Agent, New
JNO. A. SCOTT, Div. Pass. Agent,
A. H. HANSON,.G. P. A.,
W. A. KELLOND, A. G. P. A.,
FINE: SWEET MILK 2gC. A
MRS. T; J. POWELL'S.
Drn. Bernard & aktud,
PHYSICIANS AI SURGEOMS,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Telepose in offices .d Ise
Dr. Fr . a` f Artan,
Major U. .8. A.. bas WILtus
formed a painwerbeipk wlthebn )rd]r
AH cdals witl bels
SA A GALA N TY FRED. GA LA NTY
- DEALERS IN -
Dry Goods, Clothing,
'Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
"I'Tru'a* '1eK a1ios, O. ver ShodC ;
22FEverpt hing in our store is new and first class,'and we
solicit a liberal share of your pat ronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Corner Lake'and Levee Streets--North Side.
• ----DEALER Ir---
Dry Gobds, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES', and GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carry a eipplete lsae of
of the latest styles and flacs, and ai toes are extremely low.
I I respectfully ask a share of£the ptblic patronage, and guarante to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and.just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
--- THE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05e. $ .5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding 60. 1,5e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25e per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to lillout application; There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
Il(iri R. J.BURNEY. R1"'
Bernar Building, Lake Street, Lake ~ovidenoe, La.
- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
*lverythlii for "it iier .
Evohrythinr for Gentlemen.n
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
JiWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
Sto please you. Give us a call.
Tile GUENARD DRUOG STORE,.
_.mJ S. GU tIENARD, nPROPRTaron
I I.talSe's etreet. L.ake Provicdence.' L.E.a
taugg, fedieinet, Ghemical$, latent fcdicine.
Garries a 9fhll lithe of Pairlts, Oils, Ifarrxiles,
a Brhlsles, 'Foliet Boaps, Perflimery, Books, hKi
Statiornery and Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
'AJl1e Old1 Leeliable Gr(.oery 2Fo'use
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigiars,
i All kinds AfFafoy Fra ily Of60stles
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of engar and coffee. 'We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Spranf S~ummer am1
e? ~ Company's
' C ) l)ine.of $ampleS $
just received fron which yon
can make your selection for your
wearing alprs •withaaran
o felant h ant ao : ,.