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W'ill deserve the credit to keep
us cool this Summner?
The wrong side of Lake street,
in Haramley's blo(ck.
City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the
best Cigar on the Market for [Octs, AT LEHMAN'S,
1EL1AS AARONS, Manufacturer, Ncv () t1,ns, La. Represented by Nathan Bach.
Saturday, July 13; 1801,
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real Estate Ag6nt,.
LAKE FROVIDENOE. L.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carroll, West Carroll and Madison
Parishes, and the State SupremeCourt.
JIOlN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary
Public, Court Stenographer and Fire
Insurance Agent. is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
It3eal "tsetate .lggt.l
L:Lke Providence. Ia.
HAVING JUST FINISII.ED A COMPLET
&BSTRACT ()OF ALL '111 LANDS IN EASTI
2AIIltOLL. I AMI IAI.l'.IRED TO FURNISH
4BaTACTS OF TITPLES oN SHIIRT NOT'ICE,
E. WAY LES BROWNE,
STRNOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. D. Hsr., W. B. PIERox.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE
Our office is located in tire.offiee for
maily occupied by HloO. C. 8. Wyly.
DrtPlerce's residence. The EgellY
ioceal an4 Parish News.
Crops are growiog rapidly and look.
T'he river Is now falling at a rapid
rate at thbis point.
Court convened Monday morning
on the second week.
The Fifth District [etee Board met
at Delta on Wednesday.
B. F. Smith, of Ruston, La., has a S
ton toe machlne for sale.
Tbe home of Mrs. Coleman on First
street is about completed.
Services to-morrow at the Catholic
and Methodlst churches.
J. W. Pittman has sold more Deer
lug mowers and rakes this week.
See the card of the Tulane Uni
versity, published in another column
If reports are true. East Carroll has
better corn crops tbsu in many years.
Court has been rushing this week.
Judge Raundell makes things move
A pleasant place to spend a few
weeks is the Louisiaus Chatasqua at
If there is going to be a fair in the
fall, it should be started now, so as to
make it a success.
Base ball next Tuesday between
Vicksburg and Providence. A first
class game can be expected.
Itev. J. Englar Deneon and wife
have returned, after a few weeks speat
In the western part of the Stale.
Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Bernard's litle
son is now convalescing, wesare glad
to report. The little fellow has been
Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock the
mercury registered 60. Quite a
change in the temperature from what 1
we have been having.
Mr. Royal Powell hae moved his
BIlacksmith shop to the old Goldeanburg
shop on Church street. Royal is a
hard worker and is a deserving young
Miss Beulah Goodrieh left last Bln '
day morning on the steamer Delta for
Arkansas City, where she will be h
gueot of Mrs. Thoee. Shields le sot
Mr. H. Selig, the reliable boeokkeep
or for J. 8taein & Co's. big busiem Iat
Aitlri, wa s tending eiistoi i wee*'l
Me i the kodak emd 1hat i* [ I
always been. .
Miss Desmie Bell left on the last trip t
of the Delts for Moet agle, Ten.a, l
where habe will remaia'ddtrlqt saum I
mer. Miss Deele will attemnd
Normal while there.
The Kanights of Pythlu will meet
next Tuesday evening at 8 o'cloek. d
There ia work in the becond and third |
dgreees, and a maoy members uas poe
*Ible should be present. I
Hoo. Jos. E. Ranadell was able to be'
out last Sunday evening for the first
time in nearly six weeks. We wsre
glad to see him oand hope that be I
wi 1 now recover bhis health.
Hoo. Chas. R. Egelly. Superitendent t
of Education, bas an important notioe I
In this issue to members of the School
Board calling a meeting for next
Tuesday, and also notice to teachers.
Miss Bessie Pope, the pretty daugh- c
ter of Mrs. Ed. Pope, who bha been at
tending school at Greenville, returned
last week, and is the guwest of
Mrs. M. M. Goodwin and Mrs. Suie
Mr. E. J. Hamlty weant to Vicksbmar ,
on Tuesday to attend the Levee Bo~e s
meeting held at Delta on Wedneeday. I
He returned yesterday morning. Mr.
llamlev wae appointed by President
McClellan ont the committee to attend
the 'rrael-Missiualppl (Commereial Con.
gross, to be helt at Cripple Creek,
Col, on the 16th, but he does not t
think he ean be present.
Mr. Tm Maher, justice of the
peace of the 5tith ward, haI resigned.
Mr. Maben,\who is manager of the
One Panuol plate, itormed us Monday
that be had an excellent cotton crop
a d the best corn crop that he ever
Mi. and Mrs. C. A. Williams of the
d ward, had born to them on
amorning last twin boys, but
claimed one on Friday and the
her on Saturday. They have the
a-|re sympathy of their many
Rev. T. A. Brown. the pastor of St.
Peter's M E. :urch, has tinished pay
lug off :he indebtedness on his church,
t which atnounted io nearly $400. All
this has been done by him in t he past
six months. which speaks well for his
energy anl! hi:r work.
SIf the citizens of tie parish expect
a to have a fair. his fall, and to make it
a success, they should be at work now.
We should have the f.ir by all meaus,
and to make it what it should be, we
should be preparing now for it. The
fair of last year shows what can be
-Work has been going on steadily at
the new court honue for the past ten
or twelve day. Mr. McKenua, who is
In charge, is a first class mechanic.
Mr. W S. Brown is there during their
working hours aind is seeing that the
specifications are being carried out to
I the letter.
Rachel Richardson, an old colored
womas living in -'soldier+' rest." re
ceivqd a pension last week amounting
to $1,676 25. There are several col
ored people close around Providence
who have received large amounts in
the past few years, who have not a
The 2-cent tax on money orders was
repealed pursuant to act of Congress,
to go into effect on tfe 1st. The poet.
office here hs not been olotally soil.
fled by the Poetofle Department of
the dlscontlnauee of thiu! t, Lie~,t
fore the 2-cets will have to- be se
looted htiUlle t "Otid .
It.is socne isok e to heit that wbhle
It to pretty bht In tihle (etio -'tbe
mercury not going so tiO yet)-the
bhenot been mush fus over the beet
and tbet uo proatraltMl has occured,
while in the Northers': cities peolte
have been dropping ff the s4m, as ef
it was a yellow fever epleomie.
There was a shooting scrape down at
Wilton last Friday between two color
ed women over the affection of a ma..
One of them had a shot.gun IQaded
with buckshot, while the other bad a
pistol.. Botb barrels of the gau went
off, atid ajo the Aee chambers of the
revolver, but neither one of them re
ceived a scratheb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Took., Br., of a
Arcadia, who have- been visiting tbhe
family of their son, left Wednesday o I
the Belle for their home, after a pleas
alit stay of ten days in our town. i
Mrs. J. W. Tooke, Jr., and their pretty t
lIt.t dpgatsranud Mlss Eva Sehbee,
aoeov i them back.
Mr 3i; . S, Guenard and her
two sdrn, wi%# leave for New Or
leans mexst..i)nesday on the Valley .I
Queen. remaining in the city a
few days they will go to the gulf coest
wherb they wilttspend a month or six
weetk.l' Their many friends hope their
son Sidney, who has been sick for t be
past two monthia, will return home
A telegsrm received on Wednesday
brought the sad news that Mr. A. G.
C fads9gf Mladen, had died at Shreve
port on Tuesday night. Mr. Chaffe s
only left here a few days ago, but It
was known then that be was seriously
ill. He has visited lioa. Joe. E. Rans
dell and wife several times, atad was
known as a wholesole and popular
gPontlDeman. His death is very much
e wish to esil your attention Ito
Sbeest and most reliable commitssion, o
kise l)aew Orleane--W. B. 'Thomp- c
a (Jo.,--establiahed for the paust g
Cty years. This firm has done a re
$te busIoes in this sectiont of the C
enstryadh continues to do it; but i
these shasome who do not kaow the d
Girm or have never had any bueietes I
transaction with them, that we wish it
toinvite to do so. W. B. Thompson v
h Co, always wants new business in i
tbe aection of a reliable kind. h
delivery aeJoe. MesSre. Hill and Leh
mann Lhave done all they could to
please the etiset e of Providence; T
and it seems that they ought to i
bhave been satisfied with the dtielivery E
and liberal treatmeunt received at.'
tihe hands of thes gentlemen, but l
If the Ice was not delivered on a
time or there happened to be a little I
light weight, there was a kick. tttll
they would quit one dealer andl go to
the other, and vice versa, until It
became a real nustance, and thley de- .
cded not to deliver ice any longer in is
small quantities. The ice dealers r,
ought not to be blamed. See bthe t
notice in another column. si
The Hlon. Police Jury mret as a board
of reviewers on TOreseay. The roll of ti
'asesor MeRe was accepted. We 'I
learn thLet there I ab increase of svv- U
eral tboueasd dollars in the rolls, both I V
for the town and parish. so
The gralJiury did tct fiIsh the
workt befSor t last week. The jury a
convet4(igtgjn on,9 Wad~y" and osittl
Tueeday plrested lite funal report to t
the cooayll4 was discharged. lThetl
report t publishediao inother coulumau. b
' Fair Grounds,
1 TUESDAY, JULY 16,1901.
i This game will be the
~ best ever seen in Provi
dence, as both batteries
consist of men of Nation
eGAME CAULLED AT 4 O'CLOCK
6e Excursion rates on boats.
Music on the grounds.
r We have received the new catalogue
a of the Tulane University of Loflisiaua,
Siin New Orleans, just issued from the
An examination of its contents show
i that Tulane under the guidance of its
- new President, Dr. Alderman, has just
I completed the most successful session
-in its history. There were eighty in
e structors, and 1150 students were in I
attendance. Beginning with the next I
session, there will be inaugurated 1
several new features. Ample facili- .
ties will be ifforded in the matter of
Instructions, the working force will be
increased, and two entirely new de- I
par.menta will be created. Larger fa- I
ellities will be afforded in the selection I
of studies under the new Elective Sys- I
tIgq,-and eereinl speieal courses will I
be iastituted. Measures have been
taken to enable setdents living In the
oew dormitories, to obtain an educea.
thiw at a malaimem oat. .A bureau of I
Self.telp has been organhsed which
will do all in.It power to assist stue
dents'of limited meo#a to help pay 1
their way through College Thb key
note of Tulane for the futare Is the
expanslon of ill her Onergles and the
eoneeqnent enlargement of bet ' In
Sanese and capacity lor social seriiee. "
We call the attentloe of e readedersto .
te adoert tenaet of the University yI t
another column... ' .'',t'
'Tb lee ateaegy oie Stomach and a
o et 'ouasake . . v
St-haie heetn is tbe drug business t
fur tweiy years and have sold most ii
all of the proprietary medicines of any n
not'i. Among the entire list I have. J
teter found anytibng to equal Cbaml h
berlaia's Colic, Cholers and Diarrhoea a
ilimedy for all stomach and bowel
troubles," *ays.O. W. Wakefield, of
Colortnbla, Ga. "This remedy cured
two severe cases of cholera morbus in,
hny family and I have recommended
and sold hundreds of bottles of it to
my customers to their entire satisfac. V
tion. It affords a quick and sure cure
In a pleasant form." For esale at J. .
Guenard's drug store.
The many friends of our popular
sheriff, J. W. Dunni, and his estimable
wife, will be glad to learn that their
darling liolnu, their youngest daugh- o
ter, is now much better, after being t
daugerously ill for several days. Mr.
and Mrsr Dunn have been sorely tried bi
with sickness in the family for the fi
past two monuths, each one of their t
three daughters having been sick, si
while Mr. Dunn himself has been in ne
bed for two weeks with fever and an oi
attack of rheumatism. We are glad m
to say that he Is better and that their a
sweet little girl will noon be well fl
During last May an infant child of a.
our uneighborhood was suffering from w
cholera intactum. The doctors had
givenu up all hopes of recovery, I
took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and D)iarrhoea Remedy to the
house, telling them I felt esureit would i
do good if uid according to direc
tionse In two days tune the child had
tully recovered. 'The child is now
vigorous and healthy. I have reconm
metnded this remedy frequently and
have never known it to fall.-Mrs.
Curtis Baker, lookwalter,Ohio. Sold
at Guenard's drug store.
The sad news wat received here on
Thur.dav that H. BIolivar Thompson,
memberof the Slate Board of En- d
-iteers, had diet at his home in New hi
O)rleane. lie eas known by every
Iprsn in North Loj!lbiaua, where he th
ad Ilokedl after the levees for year. w
ie was the beet levee mana in. theor
Mrs. W. Lhemann., Mrs. Jennings
sad Miss lTerresa ~'ousse left on the Jt
last trip of the Delta tO make the L
routd trip to Memphis. They re
tnrned yesterday delighted with their
The PoliceJur) met on Tuesday and cr
transacted a large amount of business. lo
'-here was a full board present : Hon. p
Rob,. Nicbo!s~n, president, and Mseeers hi
W. C. Hope, Phil Mciuire, A. M. Nlo tb
son anud T. W. Jay. at
M. E. MYua.~end wife feturmed lOt as
week from TPexa.. 'bhey are among w
the bea colored people we bsave, sad th
their withe fraetts- are glad to see Ut
themn back. We augret to learn that w
MacLk has not been well for sometime. t,
GRAND JURY REPORT.
*o his Honor, P. X. Ransaell, Judge, 9th
District C ourt-
We, the grund jury, duly empaneled
and sworn and drawn, to serve for this
term of the court, beg to make thisour
We have examined in all twenty-five
cases and have returned ten true bills.
As specially charged by your honor,
we have made a special endeavor to
inqulire into the unlawful practice of
carrying concealed weapons and viola
tion of the game law. We have found
five bills for the former offense and
none for the latter.
We have examined the jail, the only
public property, except the unfinished
We would recommend to the proper
authorities the necessity of having a
hole or ditch dug in the jail yard, in
which the excrement from the jail
could be dumped, and that this hole or
ditch be provided with a covering, and
that disinfe-tants be freely used.
The place where these excretions are
now dumped has been used for this
purpose for years, and is tilled up with
in a few inches of the surface.
There is one room in the jall used as
both a bed room for the old pauper
Alfred Ord, and as kitclen, where the
meals for the prisoners are prepared.
This room is in a very unsanitary con.
dition and should be cleaned up.
We find also that through some
defect in the roof or guttering, the in
side walls are being ruined from rain
water, which comes down through the
roof, and we strongly urge that imme
diate steps be taken to make the ne
The up-stairs, where the prisoners
are confined, the sanitation is better,.
though we would recommend the free
use of disinfectants and whitewash.
We have summoned before us the
justices of the peace of the several
wards. We find that some of them
keep clean and correct dockets, and
the showing they make deserves our
highest commendation. Some of them,
however, we regret ,to say, have not
kept their dockets correctly, and one
had no docket at all. Our investiga
tion of these justices' dockets devel
oped the fact that violations of the law
are made'by some of them-that char
ges have been collected from persons
in criminal cases illegally. We be
liege these offenses are due to a lack
of knowledge as to what the law re
quires, and we pass them by With the
advice to them that hereafter they in
form themselves as to what their duties
and powers are.
Complaint is made in the first and
third wards that the constables have
not attended to their duties in six
months.' The constable for the first
ward it seems has not been a resident
of that ward in which he holds his
commission and draws his salary of
constable for nearly a year; therefore,
the magistrate in that ward has no one
to wait on the court.
There, seems to be a tendency to
bring to the justices' courts in the
third ward frivolous cases that have
been ignored by justices in other wards
much to the inconvenience to the plant
ers and the expense of the parish.
Our attention has been called to the
dangerous condition of the Tensas
bridge. We are intormed that the
Honorable Police jury has, some six
months ago, awarded contract for I
building same. We would insist on
there having contractor begin work on
same and hurry it to completion.
We wish to acknowledge the many
courtesies extended to this body by the
District Attorney and to your honor
for advices given.
T. J. POWELL, Foiemar.
Lake Providence, La., July 9. 1901.
When the quantity of food taken is
too large or the quality too rich, heart
btorn is likely to follow, and especially
so if the digestion has been weakened
by constipation. Eat slowly and not
too freely of easily digested food.
Masticate the food thoroughly. Let
six hours elapse between meals and
when you feel a fullness and weight in
the region of the stomach after eating,
indicating that you have eaten too
much, take one of Chamberlain's
8tomach and Liver Tablets and the
heartburn may be avoided. For sale
at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
The grand jury finished up the
work before it on Thursday evening
about 4 o'clock and was dtischarged.
The jury was composed of the follow.
T. J. Powell, W. H. Moore,
W. B. Keene, A. B. Taylor,
Ralph Aly, Chas. McAlpin,
J. A. Brooks, R. L. Hill,
W. N. White, G(eo. Guier,
J. W. Pittman, T. S. Sitton.
Mr. Fowler, manager of the Cum
berland Telephone Company, inform
ed us that he had finished making a
trip around Bunch's Bend, and as far
up as Pilcher's Point in the Interest of
building a line around the bend. He
said that he found the people along
the route much elated over the propo
slition and wanted the line badly. All
necessary material has been already $
ordered, and no doubt work will com
mence in the next thirty days on its
construction. The line through the
first and second wards will be started
in a few days, the necessary wire &c.,
having been ordered several weeks
ago. The polls for this part of the line
will be cedar. B
TO THE PUBLIC.
We, the undersigned firms engaged
in selling ice in the town of Provl
dence, Louisiana, do hereby agree that
from this date we will not sell or die
pose of ice at a less rate than the fol
When purchased by the pound, one Ti
and one-quarter (1 1.4) cent per w
By the block, one dollar and 25-100
By the half-block, seventy-five cents,
It is further agreed that we will not
deliver ice in quantities less than a
half block from this date.
It is further agreed and understood,
that should either of us fail to comply
with the terms of this agreement the
one falling to do so shall forfeit to the tit
other the sum of one hundred (*100)
Done and signed this 10th day of
July, 1901, in the town of Providence,
La. C. HI. HILL,
WILLIAM LEHMANN. CO
We were ijformed a few days ago Pt
that Mr. R. J. Burney had as'pretty a -
crop of cotton as one. would wish to
look at. He has a very large crop of
planted, and twelve hundred acres of
lis crop is over four feet high, with hi
the prospects of a large yfhld. He im
also has an extra fue corn crep. Mr. in
Burney does not talk about his crops
and their outcome; but a gentleman
who rode over them last week gave uas a
this information. Mr. Barney is a
first class planter and a hnstler, and w
we hope to see him make a fu crop hi
this season. IW
4 Whno bayhl I siRS
there is one sort that will never
disappoint you in excellence of fabric,
workmanship and fit, and that sort is
the famous MONARCH Shirts, made
by Cluett, Peabody & Co.
WE CARRY A FULL- LINE
OF THEIR GOODS..
Colored Negligee, detached
cuffs, no collars, 1.00oo to 1.50
Colored Negligee, attached
cuffs, no collars, 1.oo to 1.50
Colored Negligee, attached
collars and cuffs, 1.oo
White Negligee, attached
cuffs; no collars 1.oo to 1.50
White pleated bosoms' 1.oo to 1.50
Full Dress 1.oo to 1.5o
Night Shirts 75c to 1.oo
We also 'carry a cheaper line of
Shirts from 25cts to 75cts:
THE OLD RELIABLE
PHIL'S SALOON, .
q Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
, BIlraTlT A. d PO"- deO POL3AOR.
-W Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian .
•. Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
~T1 Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
HILL'S MEAT MARKET
Ice Delivered free to any paad of Town
Pationagoeuohoite. Gua~santee promp~tres.
Call s. ui over either 'iphoie.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,,:
LAXE PfOVO DENQE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade ln large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
T"onune canld Orove Cypxeers
Ta~k of auyai e ma. order at N. 0. pri.
Shingles, e~l, Shingles.
tiiOfflece in Harmley Block. Caosqected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
10 Day 'Ticket8
F $32.50 Vicksburg to Buffalo and
Return, on sale Daily via
Y'. & M. U. RAIL.tOAD.
Leave Vicksburg t1.30 p. m.; arrive
Buffalo 10:30 a. m. (36 hours); through
sleeper from Memphis.
I A. Q PEARCE, C. P. A..
- DON'I IT MAKE YOU HOT
e To eat dinner in the same coat you I
r work in ?
Try a light Serge, either blue or c
black, and see if your dinner don't
Breezy Negligee Shirts and Straw t
Bats in lots of styles.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO,
f Vicksburg, Miss.
Capt. J. W. Dunn, sheriff of East
Carroll parish, has made his final set
tiement with the State Auditor of
SPblic acconnts, paying in 98 per cent.
- -Baton Rouge Advocate.
> Mr. J. W. Dunn, the popular sheriff.
of East Carroll, is always prompt with
his settlement, and there is no sheriff
a Ii the State who makes better show
ings than be does.
The many friends of Mr. T. J. Fath
serree will be glad to learn that be is I
a now able to get up, although too -
I weak to venture down in town. IIe I
had a long spell, lasting about sir1'
w~ka.... . "
to Cattle uBers aad Al Whon i
The undersigned have each a large
herd of cattle running in the swamps
situatd east of Mer Rougd. The Dav
enport brand is the letters J 1).
The Noss brand is ' ("M' with bar
over it) Their cattle run in portions
of the parished of Morehouse. Richland
and West Carroll. To protect them
selves against cattle thieves they have
agreed that they will not sell to any one
who will not agree to ship from Met
Rouge and from no other place, either
rail or river. Any one collecting or
driving cattle branded as above, and
not accompauied by one of the under
sined br by some one legally repre
senting them. will be criminally prose
cuted. To any one furnishing infor
mittion leading to the prosecution and
conviction of parties stealing their cat
tle, the undersigned will pay a reward
of one hundred ($100) dollars. All
letters and telegrams must be asdressed
to the undersigned at Maer Rouge, La.
C. C. DAVENPORT,
F-INE SWEET MILK 25C A
MRS. T. J. POWELL'S.
Th. Bernard & firtaud,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
LAKE PROVIIIEN CE, LA.
Both 'relepones in otliee, adl rtei
D)r. Frank E. Art:und. Il.te ir-'eoln
Major U. S. A.. has r."t.rn,,tl and
ft'ried a ptrtnershi:t with Dr. F. R.
All calls will bi atnswertolti promptly,
dab. or hight, by either ut us.
SAM GALANTY FRED. GALANTY
S Galany & Br.,
- DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
"1tr~"-lite, TTaltoes, Over Shoets.
I~''Everpthing 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 Streete--North Site.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and"GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
SI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
. Tn L.xx PRov~arczA BANx issuee Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the Uiited States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Offlue or Express Money Orders.
Sý" -THE FOLLOWING RATES--
Not exceeding $ 6.00 .0e. $ 600 and not exeeding $26.i 11e
$26 and not exceeding $60. 16 $60 tsa not exeseding $80, 20E
$80 and not exceeding 410 . 26e. sa a~ap tratEaun per .$W.,
If a Bank draft is lost or amisid iu tb* s a4o a got _ duip
witaout delay. You do nie haveto filt
otbher advantages over P.O. or Express 0ag
1 - 1 BUR. ,RNEY. ,
Bermard BIuildig, Lake Street, tLA ro 4id.ezo,Ls
Dry Goods, Clothing, Booth and Shoes,
and everythihg kept in a First Class Store
Dwerythinkg frr Isa .ie:js.
tieery thinq S frOi/aentlemeon
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
.-We are here to stay, and by tir:.and honest dealing, we- hope to
mild up a first class trade. We solioit your business, and will do our'bese
- please you. Give us a calL
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
. J S. iiUE:NARD, PRORIarOR
bce Sltreelkzet. EXlseP~rvic.uenoe. Lamn
Ttugg, jedicineg, ahemigal4, }atent fedieine.
(Garn'es a ltI line ofl Palts, Oils, Uarlisles,
BrtxsIes, FolUet Soaps, Perftultery, Books, Iire
stattorlery aqdd lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
GeQ. W. McKee,
'he 1Ld 1Reliable :Grooery "eouse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
11 kinds efFiaoy F#rllv Gtet-e~$
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
lirgeline of.different gradee of sugar and coffee. We buy for ealt
ad secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Opening of .
just received from ~qdlch you
can maknleP your selection for yout
/ j wearing aplpalrel with at guaran-4
cern is the best known Firm
of Merchant Tailors in Chicsge j
and do tl* lar get *buslness
Merchant tailoringin theUnltl5 ,
States. We can saow you sam
les of their goods and afiner
fabrics ares matchlees ia qu
and upte.date petterns. a llew
tratles and nobby creatiOn;
r" cer are right too, mand you
can et a garment now with the
labse Vest se is. sErs.,
i e AGE TsSAMPLes DOiPLAYI Bv
We do aI ~ s of Job Wkor&