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~"; \XV. LE M1 A l I\N N' S
1Wfisky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
ýº ! WINES AND LIQUORS.
SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER
i Whisky received direct from the Distilleries.
SNO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE.
Saturday, September 14, 1901.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
RIeal Estate xkgent,
LAKE fROVIDENOE, LA.
Will prlctice in the Courts of East
Carroll, We(.t Carroll and Madison
Parishbes and the State Supreme Court.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary
Public. Court Stenographer and Fire
Insurance Agent, is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
I~teal Elistate A..t.,
Lake Pro' idence, La.
I~AVING; JUST FINISHED A COMPLET
4B.TIACT OF ALL IlT:E LANDS IN EAST
'AL:LOI.I. I AM I'IEI'AtLED, TO FURNISH
4 -rI'Ae(r'? OF 'T11 '.:S riN s$oRT NorICr,
E. WAY LES BROWNE,
FTENOG;RAPTHER AND N(OTARY PUBLIc.
W. D. IEaLi, W. B. PIERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our oftice is located in the office for.
Da'ly eccupied b)y Hon. C. S. Wyly.
I)Dr. Pierce's residence. The EgellY
Local and Parish News.
Cotton picking Is now going on in
The first bale of cotton is no longer
The election on Tuesday was carried
Brackhouse, the butcher, is making
his shop larger.
The favorite Bell of the Bend. is
now back in her trade.
The steamboats are now bringing
large freights to Providence.
The Town Council proceedings are
published in another column.
Mr. Yancey Bell is improving his
property next to Fihber's store.
l'here was no oppoition to the elec
tion on the tax question Tuesday.
Business was very good on Satur
day last and froum now on it should in
Prof. H. F. Mitchell has had a nice
and attractive fence put up around
Let us all work to make the fair a
big drawing card. If we do no one
will regret it.
Two life Insurance men bave been
in town this week. They have done
The mnercury contintues up between
80 and 90, which makes it rather hot
Mr. R. J. Burney's gin on the river
bank, is now in first class order and is
ready for business.
Work is progressing niceely on the
new court house, and the roof should
be started by next week.
Capt. R. N. Rea. Mr. P. D. Quays
and Mr. E. Stockner, of the Benud,
spent last Sunday in town.
T'here will be enough of cotton
boats in the Bend's trade shortly to
keep the banks clean of cotton.
The street and bridge oommittee
have had some necessary ditching
done in the lower part of town.
Vacatiot. is at an end, aed next Mon
day ashould see every child in town at
the public school building on time.
Ino chldren of Mr. and Mrs O. P.
Hanmilton, who have had fever for
several dny', we are glad to learn, are
otuch tho' ter.
It i. reported that there are several
cases of scarlet fever in town, being
brounght here from Greenville by a
There are too many boot blacks
loafing on the streets who should be
made to go to the cotton patch, where
they are ne.,dd.
Lehmanuu-on the wrong side of the
street-will be receiving in the next
few weeks, fitle oysters and all kinds
of salt water fish.
Master Tom Montgomery left on the
Delta last Sutaday for Memphis. He
goes to enter the Christian Brothers'
school of that city.
We will have to call the attention of
our accommodating postmistress to
the fact that it is against the law to
allow persons in her private office.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Powell, Misses
Lela Taylor and Besale Pope and Mr.
UsHenry Maben made the round trip to
Vicksburg last week on the Delta.
Mr. O. P. Hamiltou of the "Famous"
was taken quite sick on Saturday last
and had to go home. Hie was very
sick with fever for two or three days,
Ue is now onut.
Miss Joe Male Egelly and Miss Isa
i11 Montgomery, who have been visit
;'lgfriends near Memphis for the past
•"Mx weeks. returned on the Delta liast
Potatoes are now almost a little too
...ihtoroiab. At the price, whblih I
Sabout two dollars a bushel, the Ban.
'her-Democrat crowd will have to atop
,* Now that cotton picktmg ls on with
Srush, there abshould be no room li
!rovideuce for loafers. There art
odoisay, and they sbhoald'be made to
--sake to the fields.
Mr. il. L Ethel, msaager of the big
Srv-iWay plantation, who was IsI
j rf~eOns for several davs, rturmed
'tie end of last week, greatly bone
Oted by hbl trip.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. S,
11. Mobherley, who were citizents o1
East Carroll for several years, wi'l tre
gret to learn that their idaughter, Mili
Laure, died at their hotue in Long.
view, 'lexas, last week with consuoup
Mr. Phil .1. Mc(;uire, one of our
popular young men with the "b'ohoys,:
left yesterday for Cooper's Well,
where he will remrain for the next ten
days. Hie has not been well for some
timne. audt we hope that bhe returns en
There seems to be a great deal of
trouble in securing labor to put up
Tenssas bridge. Last week the con
tractors had plenty of labor, but on
Monday mortiig few turned up to go
to work. The planters are kicking
because these laborers are taken out
of the field when they are mostly
A few packages of
grape nuts left at Milli
The State Board ,of Education bawy
log adopted new text books, it will be
necessary for pupils to have these new
books. Those who have old books
can have them exehanged by paying
about half the price on the new books,
The new hooks cant he f)ound at the
stores of Mr W. N. White and Mr. J.
S. M illikie.
[ The Bella of the Bendi has re-enter.
ed her trade alter tbeing laid up for
several weeks waiting for her new
shaft. The Be!le has been overhauttled
and repainted, and looks as n ell as the
day she mado her first trip. The
Vicksburg Mid' Giietivill Packet Co,..
should be patronzedtl ani, suportled itt
every way lossible.
The seaso:, for'sehottiug tlove,quail,
partridge and pheasant, opens on the
let day of ctooler antl closes on the
let day of March. The season for
shooting wild turkey open on the slt
day of October and closes on the 1st
day of March. The seasoi for shoot.
ing deer opens on the 15th of Septem
ber and closes on the 15th day of Feb
There is a great deal of complaint
being made by those who use the
r Cumberland telephone line to Vicks.
burg and New Orleaus. They say
I that it is almost imnpossible to hear a
person talking at Vicksburg, and that
unless something is (lone to remedy it,
the line is no use whatever. Talking
to either New Orleans or Memphis is
Mr. Chas. W. Cnarson, a fisherman,,
living on l)r. R W. Seasr's place, in
Bunch's Bend, attempted to commit
suicide on Saturday night la.t. We
understand that he had beeti drinking
heavily for several davs. We did not
learn what kind of a drug he had
taken, but he failed to take enough of
what ever it was, to take him to the
Brown shoes are adver
tised all over the parish.
Call at Millikin's, lie is
the only man in the par
ish that has thenm.
Noah was one of the earliest adver
tisers, says an exeihage. lie adver.
tised that he would sail on a certain
date. Those who didn't believe int
advertising failed to get tickets and
during the evetitfulbtorty aitys were
left out in the rainl without an uno
brella or bathing stit. As ma(st of
them could not swim, they took to the
trees and became monkeys.
An editor who has cotttracted the
habit ot persottally attouding church,
ham this to y : "sutliaes should take
off their hats itt chtlrch. No p reacher
can inspire a mat while lookiing into
a lop-sided aggregatitin of detadI birdts,
stuffed weasles, chotneleon skins, rib.
bons, beads, jets, sticks, straw paper,
L flowers, corn tassels andl thistle down
It makes a sinner feel lost in the wil
The cotton seasun has opened, attd
we wishb to call the attention of cottoti
men to the commission house of W
B. Thompson & Co.. of New ()rleats
established In 1859. the old'st atnd
most successful Ihouse itn that city to.
day. Auny business transacted with thi:
well ktowu fir :n will receive prompt
attention, and above all square and
Messrs. F. B. & C. E. Davis, two oi
our hustling oStitlg men, who estat.
lished the outton purchasing businet.
in our town last er-asoi and who madet
quite a success out of it, will open tuI
again for business this season,l, alnd]
will be prepared to purchase cotton otr
a large scale, and will pay down, the
spot cash for it. Any transactior
these gentlemen enter intto cant be de.
pended upon. We reconmmend then
to those who have cottou to sell.
Miss May Hamilto,. who has spentl
a pleasantt month visiting friends ii
her old homne, returnted to Vioksburg
Syesterday on the Delta. Miss Msa
hbaasvany friends here who are alway'
glad to see her.
Lehmanun. on the wrong side of the
street, got iu two hundred kegs o01
I beer and sevetv.five casks of bottle
bee r qn the 1)elta last Friday. It wat
t all from the J. W. Lemp Brewing Co.
of St. Louis.
o Mrs. T. J. Fatherree who has beet|
visiting friends In Arkansas City for
* the past three weeks, returned yester.
P day on the Delta
b Cuts and Bruises Quickly Meal,
* Chamberlalt's Pain Ralmn applimrl Ic
Sea ut, brtiue, barnz, said or like iejnrv
0 will insetantly allay the pain alnd. w;:]
heal te parts in less time Ibtesrans
lg other treatlint. Unless the la4 '"ity S
a very severe it will not I.ave sietar
d Pain .,Bakt al" elates rk.aistli-mj
p. sprain, swelitug and lamel-.s. Fot
sale by J. S. Giueuard, druggilst.
S. A fine attraction antd a big drawing
If cardt for our fair on the 23rIt, 24th and 1
"25th of next month i. trying to he
s arrang,'l by the managers of the fair,
i- by a hicl a wild west show will be
- part if the attractlons for those who
a;tend. A gentleman livinig in the
lrtlianl Nation, who was at our fair
last year, bas written to the manuagers
saying that be will bring with him
twelve fuUl blooded Indians and several
n ponies, and give exhibitions of riding,
shooting and lassoing. He says that
tley are the tinest that can be gotten
togother, and that he will bring them
here for our fair. Correspondence is
now goitg on with him and we hope
to be able to announce in the next
few weeks that this will be one of the
0 drawing cards.
Take your choice: Post
s um Coral coffee, Royal
Breakfast coffee, Java
f coffee, Peabery coffee, at
The Vicksburg Post of Monday last
gives us the news that "Mr. Howard
C(ole je home from a business trip to
e Chicago in the interest of his new pro
SjActed line, which will extend from
Vidalia, Louisiana. to the Arkansas
linte, a distance of about 150 miles.
Iel'lie road will open with most excel
i lett local business. The proposed line
will run thlrough the most valuable
part of niorth Loisiatos. This week a
large party of New York capitalists
,r will go over the entire line with a view
w of making investments in this section."
I WVe hope to see Mr. Cole, or some one
e else who will start building the long
talked of road at an early day.
Mr. W. S. Maguire received the sad
tcews on Tuesday morning that his
brother Frank had died on Monday
night at Eagle Pass, Texas. Frank
ie MNaguire was one of the brightest
ie young men ever born in East Carroll.
Ir lie attended the State University and
tI after finishing there, entered the Cus
st tom House at New Orleans where
t- he remained for several years,
1. afterwards going to Eagle Pass
. for his health, where be secured a
high position in a railroad office.
There wre many regrets by his old
ft friends when the sad news came that
e Frank was dead.
Several cotton seed oil men of
a Louisiana and Mississippi sneaked in
to the city of New Orleans last week
for the purpose of holding a secret
meetitng and fixing the price that they
is would pay for seed this season. Their
coiming together was to be such a
secret affair that they didn't even reg
ister at the hotels, for fear that their
tusiness would be found out; but the
it newspapers got on to them and
e showed them up. They have fixed the
price, and it is now with the planters
tt whether they will take it or hold their
d cotton seed.
f Chaisberlain's Cough Remedy a
e Great Favorihe.
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompl, and permanent cures have
mate it a great favorite with people
S evervwlere. It is especially prized by
molhera of small children for colds,
croup and w oopiug cough, as it
always affords quick relief, and as it
cttainta no opium or other harmful
r. tdrg, it may be given as confidently to
r. a lby as to an adtlt. For sale at J.
n S. (uenard's drug store.
. We may not be in the
" swim--but we are on the
e river bank--and ready to
gin all the cotton that
comlles over, and gua~rall
Stee satisfaction to all.
D I)on't forgc t us. We will
blow the whistle, and
you bring along the cot
S~. J. BURNEY.
Mr. Geo McKee left on the Delta
last Stuntlay mnrnitig to toake thel
rotid I rip on that boat. Mr. McKee
has been untwell for the past three
weeks, attl wve hope that the trip has
I benetfited Ilim very much.
S Messrs. Charley Hope and Albert
is Taylor, of the second ward, came up
ot Sutdav last. They weot out to
d Mr. Geo. Oweu ou the Bend, to look
at his fite horise, hogs atd shteep.
Mr. Hope bought a liue young hog.
- Nothitg is beitig tdone by anty of the
a bsiness mneu of Providence in having
I onue or two big days by which the
pp colored people can be drawn to town.
i Dowit in the lower wards these big
I days are given and it pays well.
n The big gin turned out eleven bales
Sof cottont last Saturday, while the Mc
in Guire gin tiurned out about thirty for
the week" Both gins will be taxed to
their full capeacity shortly.
t A little private tranisactina in the
li shape of a "gouge", or we might say,
g a downright "hold-utp," a few days
V ago, woutld be real interesting reading
if told! Later ot it will come out.
STOOD DEATHI OFF.
S E. B Muniay,a lawyer of Ilenrietta.
STex, once ftoleid a grave-digger. He
le says. "My brother was very low with
as malarial fever atnd jandice. I per
suaded him to try Electric Bitters, and
he was soot, munch better. but contin
tied their tus9 uttil he was wholly
Sctred. I amn sure Electric Bitters
t saved his life." ''This remedy expels
m alaria, kills disease germs and puri-.
ties the bloodt; aids digestion, regulates
liver, kidaeys and bowels, cares con.
asilpation, dyspepsia, neryoss diseases,
a kidney troubles, female gomplaints;
' gives perfect health. Only W0ct at J.
:1 S. Guenard: drtg store.
is Our Jeiti. nmerchaeuta will have
r 'heir s5oUI, olosed to-day and Mon
I, day the 2'idt. lo.,day Is their New
ir Year or it-',shlJ aCln, aad.. loliday is
Yon, K~iEur, a, y o6t Atonltpeat
Runner-Democrat-Enclosed I send
a It ter fron M:tjor J. G. Lee, Com
mi-iloner o A griculture, which please
I -intc-rc!\ hope that all the farmers
of our p ! '>.i,. ai eil as thote from the
adjloini,, l: 'a he-,. will appreciate the
g':eat benlelit that may he derived from
a Farmers' Institute-and that, we will
show our appreciation by a large at
tendance, antd endeavor to make this
meeting2 a grand success. It is the
earne-t ,l--ire of the Commissioner of
Agricultullr to as-i'-t us in every way
posbsible to build up the agricultural
intere-t; of our parish by giving us a
helpinge-hand: in our parish fair; and
by briUgnrt, the farmers of the patrish
togethtro ill r, institute meeting where
pat pit-. will be rail and iscussed on
all the phases of agriculture
Ilt'l, in-t ito x il be held in con
nectioi Ott t our parish fair. which
promli-- ! '.V .eery wa\ to be a credit to
FRANct.I T CONSTANT.
Ilatotn I ot , La.. August 31, 1!5)1.
Mr. F. 1T. ( oi-lalnt. Atherton. La2.:
1)- Sir--t i I he 'e-irere of* this die
ptrtim i,: to, co-operate with %our lieu
ple in hI',liii.i ,f t'ie Parish Aricultu
ral lFa;r. at-l tai arnd institute to he
held int th,e rin,th of October. In view
of thii. fti , ,,i odl stuIl ius thie namit's
of tw ,pl:til 'rs tO appear upon the
institt.' ,pr ,irain- onie of these speak.
els t re;ial a paper and the (othter to
delivitr the lailir'csa of welcomltt. Please
attend o o this ni:llti r as soonll as practi
cahile in order tihat arll algemerts may
bie attended lo, with a view of securing
a large attendtlance
We aret' now making arrangements
for holtliny fairs in several other par
ishes, ad I icnseliet.q t ly would request
that youl furtniih us with the date agreed
upon f,,r your fair and institute.
The Mate will contribute $50 towards
your premitini fund, a list of which we
Very truly yours,
J. G. LEE,
Through the courtesy of our valued
citizen, Mr. Geo. S. Owen, of the
Bend, we are in receipt of the Couri
er-Journal T'riennial Conclave Knights
Tempiar itioiun, which is the largest
and ftost com.iplete paper we ever saw.
It is itnmensllte, and gives the pictures
of prominent members of the order
and the fuil proceedings held in the
City of Louisville. It contains the
picture of Mr. Jacob Owen, his
father, who was an honored and
prominent citizen of our parish for.
many 'ears. In the list of "Pioneer
Templar," appears the name of Mr.
Jacob Owen, who was one of the char
ter members of the order in Kentucky,
and at the age of 32 was Past Grand
Commuander of Kentucky Knights
Templar. The Courier-Journal says :
"Jacob Owen was another Louis
ville main present at the organization
on October 5, 1847. He was the first
Grand Junior Warden and advanced
regularly until he became Grand Com
mander in 1853. Louisville Command
ery honored him with the office of Em
inent Coumnander in 1852. He was a
life member of that commandery, his
death occurring a few years ago."
Judge Fitmequick Puts the Law
to Shoddy Shabbysult.
Judge Fitmequick-Mr. District At
torney, what is this man charged with?
District Attorney Tiebuyer-May it
please your Honor, this man is charged
with failing to buy his fall and winter
outfit at the Famous. This is classed
as one of the wor.t of misdemeanors.
You will find the law on the subject
undtler See. 144. page 860 of the Revised
Laws of the American Associationi of
Amalgamated Ilaberdashers, compiled
by HAMILTON & KENNEDY.
Judge Fitmntuic.k-Is it possible?
District Attirney Tiebuyer--(with
emotion,) Your I Ionor, it is true.
Judge Fitiueiuick--Shoddy Shabby
suit, stand up? Are you guilty or not
Shoddy Shabhhysntit--Judge, I'11 have
to acknowledge the corn. I'm g ulty.
District Attor.ney Tiebuyer-I have
sworn, by the hocus pocus, to uphold
the majesty of the law, and I now ask
your honor to stick it to him.
Shoddy Shabbysuit--Hlave mercy, O
Judge Fitmequick-No mercy, thou
fool, to a man who, fails to take advan
ut,.e of the splendid values offered by
T1.E FAMOLS. Under the law, I
tin bound to punish yot. ihe sentence
is that you be conulemned to PURCHASE
an Entire New Outfit from Bamilton
& Kennedy, to-wit:
One suit clothes. (Made by Strauss
One pair H. & K's. Famous $3.50
shoes. (Sox to match.)
(une half doz shirts. $1.50 each.
One half doz. linen handkerchefs,
One doz. E. & W. collars and cuffs.
Two of those late style narrow four
T''wo suits DeJaeger's Sanitary Wool
One silk umbrella. a la Dude Mont
One of those nobby pearl Stetson
Court adjourned and the great crowd
Next day a genteel, handsome young
man was seen walking down Lake
street neatly dressed in a dark blue
cbevot suit. He wore a pearl Stetson
hat and a flashy tie, an elegant shirt,
(in a modest butneat pattern), a pair
of patent leather shoes, and carried a
silk umbrella. He puffed leisurely a
Cubacco cigar, and smiled at every
girl he met on his promenade down
the boulevard. This man became the
cynosure of all eyes, and now every
girl min town is telling her best beau to
buy his clothes from Hamilton & Ken
nedy. They say they are showing the
swellest line of sanples, that their
tit is perfect, and that every suit be
speaks comfort, ease, elegance and
grace. THE FAMOUS.
Buitles, BaUiles, Batiles.
Nothing But Buggies.
Euerybodiy . ut ljide.
Have justreceived a CAR LoAn of
BUGGIES and HARNESS, cheaper
than you ever heard of.
We have got anything
you want to ride in.
J. W. PITTMAN.
.I "We do all kinds of job work,.
and at reasonable prices.
.. When buylng SHIRTS
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
cluffs, no collars, 1.oo to 1.5o
Coloired Negligee, attached
cuffs, no collars, l.oo to 1.50
Colored Negligee, attached
collars and cuffs, 1.oo
White Negligee, attached
cliffs; no collars 1.oo to 1.50
White pleated bosoms 1.oo to 1.50
Full Dress 1.oo to 1.5o
Night Shirts 75e to 1.oo
We also carry a cheaper line of
Shirts from 25cts to 75cts.
415i) TME OLD RELIABLE
. PHIL'S SALOON, .
HEADQUARTERS FOR @ý
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ,
. BIL.aLIA.BD c~t POOL P-LLORI
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
I Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.p..
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
HIL'S MEAT MARKET
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town
Patronage sochoited. Guarantee promptness.
Call u ui Ove8r either 'l1pho2ne.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,
LAXIE PROVID.NCE, LA,.
We are able to sapply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
Tongue ancd G-rove Cyrpress
Floorliag and Ceiliag.
Tanks of any size made to order at N. 0. prices,
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
SiOffice in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumlblerland ani ]Iome
telepones. Send your orllers to a home enterprise.
A Warner 8 Searles Suit
Has a faculty that few others possese
-that of plensing both young and old.
For in addition to the stylish cut
and new fabrics so attractive to the
young men, there are the more solid
points of good work, good trimmings
and good cloth that make it true
economy to have one.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
It commenced raining about 9
o'clock Thursday night and did not let
up the entire night. Friday morn
ing it was still raining. In the back
part of town the water was two feet
deep, while on Lake street in front of
our office the street was overflowed
from the culvert being stopped up,
which has been in that. condition for
a long time.
Have you a sense of fullness In the
region of your stomach after eating?
It so you will be benefited by using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching and
sour stomach. They regutate the
bowels too. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
J. S. Guenard's druggist.
Stolen from Mr. T. S. lelony's place,
about three weeks ago. a dark bay chest
nut mare. heavy with fold, 18! or 14 hands
high, little sway-back, small legs, rosehed
main, small knot on tip of nose also small
white streak. Will lay $10 dollars for her
recovery. DENNIS BANKS.
Lake Providence, La, Sept. 7-1901.
Two male Polan China pigs, two
months old. Price. $6.00 each
Two last spring touthdown rams.
Price, $5.00 each.
GEO. 8. OWE N,
Pilober's Point, P. 0., La.
To Cattle Buyers and All Whom it
The undersigued have each a large
herd of cattle running in the swamw p
situatd east of Mer Rouge. The I)av
enport brand is the letters J -D.
The Moss brand is 2'('-M"' with bar
over it) Their cattle run 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 ahov., and
not accompauied by one of the undler
sined 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 cat
tie, the undersigned will pay a reward
of one hundred ($10()) dollari. All
letters and telegrams must be anlressed
to the undersigned at Mer Rouge, La.
C. C. DAVENPORT,
I wish to bay to my customers oni
account of the failure of my ice to
arrive on time, I hiave nad to give
short weight so an to give every per
son ice, but that I will make it up by
giving-5 pounde, t ,every one next
shipment. W. LEl M ANN.
PINE SwEET IILK 25C. A
IiMRS. T. J. POW LL'S.
Taken up on High Land plantation. a
lIght sorrel oily. about four and a half years
old---cnre teeth In montb yet; 13 or 13X
bands high, white spot in face.. small esar
On nose. smll warton breast,. Owner can
have amine by proving property and paying
.charges. Call on,
Jo( S. RELNttSa.
fi 1t Land pVa atte.
Panels P. O. Ls.
aP A,.gM a1.,a . FILED. .ALA" .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Truiznl]s, "ialioee. Over Shooa~ .
g Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Co~ neriLake and Levee Streets--North Side.
---DEALER IN -
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and:GEN T'S Furnishings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
i'I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good any where in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Otfice or Express Money Orders. t
--TIE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $60, 15c $60 and not exceeding $80, 200
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at ra*e of 26c 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 fillout applicatiop. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money ord . Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, ., Cashier.
S. R. J BURNEY. l
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake l daenoe, La
- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes,
and everything kept in a First ss Store
Everythinig for L-adieim.
Everytl.h1i for G-entlen en.
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES. i
Ii-We are here to stay, and by'fair and honest dealing, we hope to
huild up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
ST[E GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J S. &U .E:NPhRD, PROPRITOR
SI.aak.e Street. Lak.e Provideaaoe. Lek.
1DrugS, ledicineg, Chemical, patent Jledicine.
Garries a flll liqe of. Painrts, Oils, 1"arerishes,
SBrhsies, Toliet Soaps, Perfirmery, Books, Iipe
Statiorery arid Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
'o Old Eteliable Grooery IToe ,,e
it Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All k'mid, ,fFbaoy Fhatily Gtd-eties
Wo invitre vo to cn all and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry ,
a large line of different grades of engar and coffee. We buy for cashb
Sand secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Louisiana State Uni- Session opens Wednesday, Sep
Sversity and Agricultu-' ember is, .d ontinesthirty.seven
,,ral and Mechanical W.omplete Literary and Scientiflo i
SCollege, Baton Rouge, Course of study. Special and grad.
- La., nate courses. Full Commercial
I ITOMAS F. BOYD, A. Mi. LL. . C'ours"e. Oldest and best Sugar
' - PRE.SIDENT. ' ICourse in America.
Strong fa'hulty, large library, well equipped laboratories, work-shops, '
and experiment statiols. Instruction thorough, modern, practical,
lilting young men for success in any calling.
Thirty buildings in most beautiful grounds.
o Expeoses lower than at any other institution offerin equal advantages.
e Write to the Secretary of the University for catalogue containing fall
flr. Bernard a praud, We do all kinds
PHYSICIANS' AID SUGEONS.
' BERNARD DNGo. of Job Work.
LAKE PROVIDE~NCE, LA.
SBoth Yrelepones in ofUtes a.d rosi- Letter and BillHeads.
.Lt . ?iLtok E. Art,,d,, late Surgoo. Enveloes, Statements
, ,Mjt L ot. A.. Ias re'tulrned and
fInrm a=4.' partnershi.p with Dr. F. IL POie rs. Our -