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T~he Jug House
ASKS TO LE LEADBQUARTERS FOR
WVho will be Captain ) WVhy,
Hl -y >LEHMANN,
of coarse-in ]amlPe's Block--wrong side of Street.
Sole Agt, for Lemp's Keg & Bottle Beer.
Saturday, August 24, 1901.
Real i4:state Agent
LAKE PROVIDENRE. LA.
Will practlio in the Courts of Eas
Carroll, West, Carroll an1l M'adli-m
lParils, and tile State Supreme Court
JOHN A. MON'IT;()MIIEY, Notar
Vubli, C'4ourt Stenographer anSid Fir
Illnuranc Agnt, is in my oflicc.
Clifton F. Davis,
8tty-at-L . d W
3teal XEl tato ALt.,
Lake Providence, La.
IAVIAvt( .ES'' FIN1S1 IIEI A COxtI'I.ET
&l.TIRACI OF ALL -. IE LANDS IN EAS
JARIiOiLL. L AM PREPARIEDI) TP FCiNISI
CBSTACTH (OF TITLES (oN SHoR'P NOTICE
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
STENOGIIAI'I1ER AND NOTARY PUBLIC
W. 1). lIELI,, W. B. PIERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
OurDi othiee iS located in the otlice for
manlhly .occtupied by lion. C. S. Wyly.
1)i. Pierce's residence. The Egell)
Local apd Parish News.
Miss Pearl Burney has about tIL
bandsoleeet horse aind buggy fu tow.g
The merchants are going to have
large and bandsomie stocks of goodO
Lehmann says LImp bas moved--o
lasiley's blockt on the wrong lide of
We were euxious for rain a few
weeks ago. Now we are anxious for
it to stop.
Read the election notice of special
election to take place on 'Luesday, theb
10th of September.
Who Is going to be the planter to
place the first bile of oottou on the
market this se.asn?
See Millikin for September Delinea
tor. Leave your orders for Butteriek
patterns with Millikia.
Uncle Jack Nitte, an old colored
man who sawed wood around town,
died on Monday Inornutg.
Miss Ethel Egelly was quite selck the
firs( part of the week. We are glad to
learn that she is nmoch better.
We were informed this week that
where too much rain has fallen the
eotton boIls are beginnuiungto rot.
There was two or three fights on
Saturday night. The town treasurer
was made richer by several dollars.
Mr. Frank Byerley, a competent and
reliable grutileoait, will be sheriff
)una's aofflcedeputy after the let of
A wagont load of corn was seen on
the streels Monday. The person who
disposes of his corn hasn't much
Master Otto Hall and Artaud
Vouybght weunt down tq Mihikiu's Betd
last week to visit their cousin. Master
Chas F. Hiall.
Geo., W. McKee, the old rallable,
eontinties to hallndle "Red Smsapperl,"
the whihky that will setaud its own with
any other bratd.
Every ote who bas a right to vote,
should vote in favor of tbe 21 mill tax.
The election is on Tuesday, the 10th
day of September.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Alex
Stockl er of the Beud, is very sick, sad
the report is sent In that abe is not ex
pected to recover.
Mr. C. A. Voelker and son and Mr.
J. S. Riding atd sou, were in town on
Wednesday to attelad the funeral of
Mr. Vail lMotgomery.
Mr. Clark Hall Is now the "rldinog
deputy" for sheriff Dunn, until the big
gln raises steam for the season, when
he will be there for the seassou.
'lbe big barbecue at Oak Grove will
take place next Wednesday, the 28thb.
_everal ladies and glent lleon of our
town are talking about going over to
The big steamer City of St. Louis
will run from New Orleans to Arkan.
as City Ibthis fall and winter, carrying
cotton seed for the diffbtreout mills ilu
Our young friend Albert Taylor
seems to be coming up to town quite
otten now--sld be drives ou through
town just the same as if there was no
citdy by the lake.
We learn that the Gould surveying
party, an charge of Mr. B. B. Gordon,
ks now on its way down from Tripp,
Ark., makiug a permanlent location of
the North and South road.
Congrenian Ranasdell retorsed
from Alexandria on Thborday, Iookmtlg
Io eoxcellelnt health. His muany friends
are glad to see him entirely recovered
from his loag spell of sickness.
In the past tea days Mr. Ylancey
Bill'has sold a half doaea of the James
h Graham wgwot. Mr. Bell is the
agent for James i Graham and sells
thena at meauraetmrera prlees.
Mr.E. J. Hanmley received the sad
news by wire o;a Thursday that hisl
-ioibt, had died at her heste (tn Cas
too, M Mr. Mawley b the alasce
*svmpetlh phat a it.'lbSeK 4@4is
sesq~pr se gsUher.
* .&, 7
1 r. Will Snoddy, ,f the Bend, le
on the I)ella for Vicksburg. H
is bh.und for Buliffalo, but will taks
in Lo,,uisville atnd Chicago, befor
rracihuih I there. A pleasant trip t
We learn that a great deal of lan
in the hnak ci*iintiry in beinlg cleare
s)' lfor ciultivatiou next year. Mir. S.
E' I )unn will have oine-hundred an
fifty acres of new land ready for th
We learn that the .Messrs Cummin
will pui the (rey Eagle in the Aerni
phis and Vicksburg trade about th
151h of September. They are popu
lar gentleamen and should be liberall'
Several of the colored people on t;i
p)lantation of Mr Vail Mboutgomer,
came all the way to town on Wedues
clay to show their last sad respects ant
love for the gentleman who we
always their friend.
Work was stopped on the court
house last week on account ft the
bIrick not arriving from St. i.ouin
25,000 arrived Sunday and work wl
now go right on and there will be i(
furthl er interruption.
Mr. tohber, the young man who omel
with the acci(lent last week out at th
.1 I,. lischer saw niitl, is gesini,
elIa Iictily antd s able to be out. 11
is to be hoped that le will be able ic
use his thtllnilt anid little finger.
The grocery stock and fixtures hi
the l)reyfuss store on Levee street wil
bie sold by constable iluunter at 1'
o'clock to-day. The stock goes fou
whatever it will bring. This is
chance to get a cheap lot of goods.
)Mr. Torn i(;llliam, of the second
ward, wa in town on Sunday last
Speaking about the crops, he said that
they coult not be better in his ward,
atnd that if the wormnis did make theio
appearance he was not afraid of thetm
doing any damage.
There is a very bad place in the
sidewalk about half way of the Frank.
lin store on Sparrow street, that
should receive the attention of the
street and bridge committee. There
is a great deal of complaint from those
who have to use that sidewalR.
The steamer city of ot. Louis out
from St. Louis, landed at Bell's laud
ing last Sunday about five o'clock and
remained until ten, putting off25,000
pressed brick for the new court house.
There is no lack of material and work
will now go right on in its construc
Big line of furniture at
It is reported that cotton worms are
on some plantations in the parish. .It
is too late now for them to do much
damage, as it will take about sixty days
for the third crop to make their ap
pearance; but we learn that the plan
ters will use Paris green any way, so
as to be on the safe side.
The large number of country people
who came to town on Wednesday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Vail Mont
goemery, the highly respected and es
teemed citizen, showed the high stand.
ung in which he was held. There were
few of our townts-people who were not [
presenl, and the funeral procession
was very large.
Mr. atnd Mrs. D. W. Gilmour and
old st daughter, left last Sunday
norning. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmnour go
to purchase their stock of goods, and
will open up for business abhout the
16th of September. They will buy a
nice stock ot, goods, and in connection
with it, will have a regulat 10ct store.
)ave says that be will surprise the
T'rhe laws of health require that thE
bowels move once each day aud one of
he pentsalities for vlolatilag this law is
)iles. Keep your bowels regular by
akinig a dose of Chamberlialu'
Stomach and Liver Tablets wheu nec
esary and you will never have that
evere punishment inflieted upon you.
Price, 26 centa. For sale by J. S.
uaenard's drug store.
We have just received a
large line of Dittman fine
hloes for ladies.
The great storm of last Tuesday and
IVednesday that visited Mississippi
city, Blloxi and other places along the
itf coast, did considerable damage.
'he many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J.
SGuenerd and sons, Mrs. J. W. Duun
,ti three daughters, Mrs. Frank
Sverley, son and daughter, and Miss
ethel Montgomery, will be glad
o learn that no accident befell any of
. Mr. Alex Hill, who has been in the
.ore of bis brothers, J. N. Hill &
.ro., for the past several years, we
earn will go to the store of Mr. Jm.
Eittman's in the second ward on the
rat of the month. Mr. Hill is one of
he most popular and accommodalieg
lerks in Providence and there will be
nany regrets by his uumerouo frie..
hat he is to leave town.
"Through the months of June anad
nly our baby was teething and took
Srunning off of the bowels and siek.
aes of the stomach." says O. P. Holli
lay, of Deting, Ind. "His bowels
ould move from ive to eight times a
lay. I bad a bottle of Chamberlain.'s
:olio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
n the house and gave him four drops
n a teaspoonful of water and he got
etier at one." For sale at J. 8..Gue
ta'd's drug atom.
Ucle C. tbo yole5 ne of the odQut
tolord met In the parebid, died atl
ome on Bbelbnrn plntatitoen mte
Wedaisday. UwTe.Cato was a good,
oss colored aren sad respeaed by
,my Iement. pa(ice e ~Ma sel.
*..r.i .. .. " . ,:-.: .:: _:
lMiill ikin carries ti:e )best
line of whips. Direct
fi1'iol tlie factorv. No
Itli(ttile all:t pit .es.
Part Of the frame building next to
the Ryan property near the corner of
Lake and Levee streets, fell during
Sunday night, and it is a wonder that
,some of the occupantt were not crip
led or killed. The wooden pillars
Iloust have been loosened from the re
cent heavy rains, which cauted the
building to part about the middle and
to fall in. It is said that thero were
six or eight colored people asleep in
the room when the building collapsed
and that not one of them received a
scratch. It is a wonder that some of
them were not killed. They should
consider themselves lucky that thei
Tlel good Old Hiickory
wag"n1 is the best made.
(':ait ire Ih,_ighllt cheap at
,Lehmann continues to handle ice in
iarge quantitiles. There is no money
in ice, it does not matter how careful
it can be handled, and their should not
be the kick timade by some persons
wihen they get a little short weight.
'l'hey forget that Lehmann pays for a
block of ice, pays freight on a block of
ice, and when it arrives he gets about
a third of a block. This is the first
sutmmer that the people of Providence
have not had trouble, and they should
Fine line of single har
ness at Millikin's.
We And the following i: the river
column of the Times-i)emocrat of
Monday: Capt. Ben C. Rea is busily
engaged getting the big steamer Chal
mette in condition to be brought out
as soon as the cotton season opens up.
The Chalmette will run in connection
with the steamer Valley Quaeen, Capt.
Rea's fast.Vicksburg and Bends packet.
The Chalmette, with her enormous car
rying capacity, will be an important
factor in the river business."
Millikin has the best
line of stoves in town.
The Sugar Planter of West Baton
says that "it is said on good authority
Bermuda and Johnson grass can be
killed with one application of the
crude oil from Beaumont.. The oil
must be sprinkled or spread thickly
over the grass patch. The fluid soaks
into the ground and kills the roots.
The oil is quoted at about 38 cents per
barrel. i1 it will "do the work as
claimed, it is cheap and a godsend to
the people who are afflicted with these
"My baby was terribly sick with the
diarrhbea," says J. H. Doak, of Wil
liams, Oregon. "We were unable to
cure him with the doctor's assistance,
and as a Set resort we tried Chamber.
lainu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I am happy to say it gave
immediate relief and a complete cure."
For sale by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
Fine line of crockery at
The weather will be much cooler
next mouth and" it will be just right .
for the fat man's ball game. Such a
game between the heavy weights and
light weights would be a drawing
card, and the grand stand at the fair
grounds would be packed with those
who would want to see the game.
Sucb a game was proposed at the be- I
giiulng of summer, and it should not
be allowed to pass without having the
game. Start it up and let us see the
Millikin handles sew
ing machines, needles,
belts, oil and all attach- ,
The colored brother can now be
een bringing in his old "headlightL"to
tave it patched up so that it will hold
rile" The coons are becoming pleoti
ul anud are gettingin the corn patches; a
nod now that they are getting fat and
oicy, the colored brother will take c
iae trusty old musket from the rack a
and with his coon dogs will go forth in I
he night time to slay them. When i
loon-time comes they are happy.
Twine is rapidly ad
vancing in price owing
bo labor troubles. Milli
kin is selling out his big (
Lot at old prices. t
Mr. W. N. White, our popular citi- I
ten and merchant, was on the steam. s
Ihlp Comas. on hise return from New t
"ork to New Orleans, when that
teamahip rao into the terrible storm f
f last Wednesday ootside of the golf. 5
rhe staunch ship braved the rough a
weather without am aeaideot and land- d
d her paseenagers sfe sad sound: I
dr. White's many frieads ebongratalate t
im that he met with no accident. i
Capt. Saches of the steamer Valley I
mu, resehabe Providence Wednes- (
lay slatiog aboat ? o'clock by team.
Is lnformed us tbhat while the boat t
e goiqg in to thebo smll bote to a
nake a lading at Crayri's, she a
trek a biddeo obetruction which 4
ore a hole in the ball, but by :prompt a
ad hard work thi boat was avedl
iem sinkinlg. Mr. 8achet aold the
meat will barvo to go on the ways to be
epanired. She paessed dow Thbnreday,
ble only to sako mlandnlg oa the wet
ank of the river.
Col. W. . Beujamln, Mr. W. ..
treighapt, Mr. T, J. Olhsm nad Mr. I
Lbelkrt Taylor from the esoad4 ward, ti
Sr. Ale, 8tomee, Mr. P.D. QMve. r
p. Ir. .Rele ai Mr. J. W.Ormep
ae the fourth waer, ase.to m
Wednesday to etsea the' fomer of
Villany In high Places.
(The Protected Night.)
m'ne recent exposure of the "mbe
,7ement of the Trust funds by Bank,
/.uk of the Modern W,.odmen of ti
iWorld and John A. Hinsey. Presidel
of the Board of Control of the .Endov
sent Rank of the Knights of Pythlana
shows to what deplorable depths a
Sdegredation and shame men can i
led to by temptation. These men one
held the admiration and esteemed cot
titence of the people they representet
I and evinced great sagacity and ni
rightedness for a time, in the manage
ment of the business intrusted to then
but temtptation and the contidence in
posed in them, beguilded them an
they became the open embezzler
of the most sacred funds ever entrusl
ed to man's keeping; that of the sacre
fund, which the man who in prosperit
and health lays up for the comfort u
those whom he loves andl who are dt
pendent upon him. when he shall hav
tbeen called away from him. Th
crime of the highway man who kill
and robs his victims on the rodeside o
that of the burglar who breaks iu atn
steals under the cover of night. fails ii
i insigniltance beside the crime of th
conlidential officers in high plat'es, why
robs, steals and takes away from th
willow and orphan of their fr:atern
brother the treasure laid up for them
and placed in their hands as a sacret
beneficiary trust to be awarded sucl
widow and orphan, when the husb:ant
land father's labors are ended forever
''Lead me not lnut temptation." is bh
this lesson favorably taught: "'l'rus
no, nan in high place." is a lesson tha
should be learned.
Had the monies paid into the tress
ury of the Endowment Rank. K. of P
been wisely and honestly handled ant
invested, that grand old fraternity
which has distributed more than $17.
000,000 In the past thirty years to grief
stricken widows and orphans of thii
country, would now have more than a
million dollars in the Reserve fund
instead of being embarrassed by a de
mand for unpaid certificates.
But we are pleased to know that the
Endowment Rank has not lost the con
tidence of its membership, and its in
surance to-day. notwithstanding the
cruel manner in which it has beet
robbed, is as safe as a policy in arnu
old Line Insurance Company.
The Protected Knights congratulate.
its venerable contemporary the En
dowment Rank, upon the splendid re
sutilts achieved by the Special Conven
tion of its Supreme Lodge.
The announcement of the death o
Mr. Vail Montgomery last Tuesdaj
morning about 10 o'clock, was a terri
ble shock to our community, and it
could hardly be believed that the good
and honorable man had passed away
It was on Tuesday last, only out
week, that he had come in from bhit
plantation in the Bend, a very sick
matn, with hamaturia, a disease thai
he had several times before, and it was
hoped that he would recover from this
attack. It was thought that he was
doing nicely, and his family and
friends had strong hopes that be would
Vail Montgomery was the sea of the
late West Montgomery, one of the
leading and prominent lawyers of the
State. lie was born in the parish of
Carroll, near Floyd, 54 years ago, and
lived there until his family rmoved
near Providence. He received his
education at the La. State University,
and after graduating at this school
took up the occupation of planting,
which be followed until his death.
Vail Moutgomery was a true and
honorable man, and was popnular with
those who knew him. He was a good
citizen in every sense, and he went to
his grave with a character pure and
spotless. His wife has lost a loving
and devoted husband and his young
son and daughte and daughters ndulgent father.
The beautiful funeral service of the
Epiecopal Church was read by Mr. W.
H. Beujamin, and the funeral was con
ducted by Providence- Lodge No. 28.
K. of P, the impressive burial service
being read by Judge J. M. Kennedy.
To the heart-broken widlow, his
young son and dauogbters, Mrs. T. S.
Delonyand Miss Marguerite, and his
brother, Mr. Tom Montgomery, who
was away durintg his illness and bad
just reached his home a few minautes
before the funeral cortage started fnor
the tomb, have the heartfelt sympathy
•f the Bauner.Democrat in their sad
We learn that the owners of several
plantatioans north of town, or on the
other side of the lake, whose places
drain into the lake and then into Ten
eas, claim that by filling up Tensaes
half way across the mouth by a dirt
levee, that it will very materially stop
Ihe drainage and cause their places to
verflow from rain water and sippage
water when the river is up, and that
hey will enjoin the parish from fllig
n the approaches to the new bridge
with dirt. They say that there has
een no protection made to hold the
lirt and that merely dumping it in to
rake the approaches to the bridge at
wach end it will be bound to spread
nad stop the flow of water, which is
be only outlet to the lake. Tenses is
iver two hundred feet wide, and it is
aid tbat it will be filled in fifty feet or
nore with dirt at each end, while the
roo bridge will be only eighty feet
A MINISTER'S GOOD WORK.
"aI bad a severe attack of bilious
olle, got a bottle of Chamberlain's
oilc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
ook two doses and was entirely
nred," says Rev. A. A. Power, of Em.
oria, Kan. "My neighbor acros the
treet was sick for over a week, had
we or three bottles of medicine from
:be doctor. He usneed them for three or
Four days without relief, then called in
nother doctor who treated him for
ome days and gave bim no relief, so
ieacharged him. I went over to see
Ilm the next morning. He said his
owels were in a terrible fix, that they
ad been running off so long that it
was almost bloody flux. I asked him
fhe had tried Chamberlain's Colic,
)bolera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
te said,. 'No.' I went home and
rought him my bottle and gave him
me dose; told him to take another
lose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he
lid not find relief, but be took no more
mad was entirely cnred." For sale at
1. 8. Goenard's drug store.
WHAT A TALE IT TELLB.
If that mirror of yobrs shows a
wretheod, nllow complexion, a jaun
Head look, moth patchbes and blotches
Sthe eskin, it's liver trooble; bat D1.
Kegs'e New Life Pls reglabte the
ier, purify the blood, give ekleakia,
'e aheek, rich .mplexi. Oat.
110 at Gnmard's drag note.
A good servicable bug
~y at Millikinn'4 Cheap.
sweet has bes vewy 4f0 towi
ot tbh pe.s two i.w'ee
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It WISITE'S t11/
:e - bue ylt SIlRTS
there i o4 isort that will never
disappoint you in excellence of fabric,
workmanship and fit, and that sort is
the famous MONARCH Shirts, made
dby Cluett, Peabody & Co.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE.
OF THEIR GOOODS
Colored Negligee, detaLched
P cuffs, no collars, 1.oo 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
eluffs; no collars 1.<o. to 1.50
SWhite pleated bosoms 1.oo to 1.50
Full Dross 1.oo to 1.50
Night Shirts , 't5is to 1.oo
1 We also carry a cheaper line of
Shirts from 25cts to 75cts.
- WHITE 'S
STE OLD RELIABLE
• PHIL'S SALOON,
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. [:
. BILI.A.BE D d3 POOL P~L.OR .
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
. Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
HILL'S MEAT MARKET
S-A N D
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town
Patronage sohlited. Guarantee promptness.
Call us up over either '3h1one.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PROVIDENOE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade,in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
Telnace and GQCove C2ypres
Floorrrig and. OeiJling.
Tanks of any size made to order at N. 0. pri~oes.
Shingles, Shingle, 'Ihingles.
S"Offlce in Hamnley, Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
GOING Ofc FOR
We've a full line of light-weight
serge clothing, cool negligee shirts, re.
freshing straw haiti, asd the proper
kind of underwear for you.
Quality is never sacrificed to meet
competing price quotations, and we
don't advertise wbat we haven't in
We think it foolishuess to tell you
at eight o'clock, what you can prove
to be a false at nine ?
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Astounded the Editor.
Editor S. A. Brown, of Bennettrville,
S. C., was once immensely surprised.
"Through long suffering from Dyspepp
sia," he writes, "my wife was greatly
run down. She had no strength or
vigor and suffered great distress trom
her ltomacb, but she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and,
after using four bottles, she is entirely
well, can eat anything. It's a grand
tonic, and its gentle laxative qualities
are splendid for torpid liver." For
Indirestion, Loss of Appetjte. Stomach
and Liver troubles it's a positive, guar.
anteed cure. Only 60e at Guoenard's
That clap of thunder, preoeeded by
a tash of lightning, about 10 o'elock
Wednesday morning, frightened a
great many persons. -No damage was
done exept burning out a few ,.tle
Word was received i. twq eon
Friday morening Ab a gre me. had
neurd d his ewit on Stleva plus
tien, i lfe theappt p i
$i.d,. Thon e . e .-
her twos i - wpe ts * t' ,.
mde his aess t A
yý ` "' B ý."^s Y'K: 'in ý+,:..
To Cattle Buyers and All Whom It
The undersigned have each a large
herd of cattle running in the swamps
situatd east of Mer Rouge. The Dav
enport brand is the letters a ?l.
The Moss brand is '("M" with bar
over it-) Their cattle sun in portions
of the parishes 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 Mer
Rouge and from noother place, either
rail or river. Any one collecting or
driving cattle branded as above, and
not accompanied by one of the under
pined or by some one legally repre
senting them. will be criminally prose
cuted. To any one furnishing infor-;
mation leading to the prosecution and
conviction of parties stealing their eat-'
tie, the undersigned will pay a reward
of une hundred ($100) dollars. All
letters and telegrams must be aodressed
to the undersigned at Mer Rouge, La.
C. C. DAVENPORT,
PIiN SWEST MILK 25CI A
GALLOM AT .
MRS. T. J. POW tLL'L.
IMONTGOIZRY-At MI. rsidsee Ia
the Towu of Providence. on Tuesday, Aug
ust as. e18,. VAIL MosTeGar. aged
taa up sa Hleg aIdd Iplaalsa, a
s AU,r ad liar add, a halt y·em.
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SAM GALANTY FrItE. G(ALA: 1'
S. Q h Bro.,
-- DEAIERS IN-
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TErun3 , VT1lloB. Over shoc
t('Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE C1
Corner Lake and Levee Streets--North Side.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats ant
LADIES' and:GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
a"I resepectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guara. ct:.
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBa.nk.
TiHr LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just a
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
-- THE FOLLOWING RATES---.-
Not erceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $2.5. i),
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15c $60 and not exceeding $80, 20,
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25a per $1W).
If a Bank drift is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a dnp!iea!ne
without delay. You do not have to fillout application. Th'ere are al
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial.
J. W. TOOK E, JR., Cashier.
li R. J. BURNEY. fil!I
emrnard Building, Lake Stieet, Lake Providence, La
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
lBerythinlg far .Ladies.
veertything for Gentlenme
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
IM-We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope ,
build up a firet class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our h,
to please you. Give us a call.
THE GUENARD, DRUG STORE,
SJ S. EU ENARD, PROPRiEToR
L.aeke Street. Ieaa .e P~r 1ideace. L u.
T)fugg, Jedieinet, Chemigal patent fedigine.
Garries a full lie of Pairnts, Oilse, UarYnisle~,
BrisIes, WPoliet soaps, Peksntaery, Books, Fines'
Mtatioqery aid &lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compe unded.
Geo. W. McKee,
'-h.e O1d Itelieable Ocrooei "e2ouiie
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kiAsd gfFay FaPrily Cs-deties
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods, We cat y
g large line of different grades of snugar and coffee. We buy for casE
and seeure the discount, therefore we can sell for a sall profit.
Louisiana State Uni
oersity and Agricultu,
ral and Mechanica
College, Baton Rouge
THOMAS F. BOYD, A. M. LL. D
Strong faoulty, large library, wel
and experiaent stations. Instra
itting young men tor success in an
Thirty buldingu in most beautifi
Expcises lower than at any othei
Write to the Seoretary of the Un
Dr. Bernard & ,itaud
'nmUn uRL ,
LAZr PrOVIDUO , LL.
Both Telepems isa oE&* sad r-il
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Majorieir 3 r lp wO. ý,us . ad
M.tbwI~bs auwse pr.1ptitl
Iwojr~a ~ f-·
Session opens Wednesday, Selo-i
tember 18, and contines thirty-sev4 ri
Complete Literary and Scientiti,:
y Course of study. Special and gra,!
nate 'courses. Full Comnmerc;::
D. Course. Oldest and best Sug::
Course in Ameriea.
ell equipped laborstoties, work-shbo,
'action thorough, modern, practical,
er institution offerin equal advantagte.
rniversity for catalogue containing fell
*. We do all kinds
of Job Work.
ý. Letter andBin1Heads.
u Enveooes, Statements
P eosters. Our prices