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, V. LEHMlANN'S
Whisky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco,
THE LARGEST STOCK 01' IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS.
SOLE GENT FOR LEMPS' BEER
i Whisky received direct.f;rom the Distilleries
,,, NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE.
Saturday, September 28, 1901.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
efal E:state Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carroll, West' Carroll andI Madison
Parishes, and the Stale Supreme Court.
JHItN A. MONT(OME1RY. Notary
Pu)lic, Co nrt Steou,.gr:ipher and Fire
lusurancee Agnut. is iIn my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
I.eal Estato . AgLt.,
Lake Providence. La.
HAVING JUST FINISHIIED A COMPLET
4aISTIIACT OF ALL HE LANI-S IN EAST
:AHK()IL, I AM I'IREP'AKE Tt( FURNISH
4B,TA('TSS (F TITLES uN SiloIRT NoTICE,
E,. WAYILES BROWNE.
CTENOGRIAP1)ER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. I). RTLL, W. B. P'TF.)('E.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
Our otliee i+ located in tihe o0tice for.
m:+!ly ,cc.upied by Hon. C. S. W3 y.
l)Dr. Pier-e's residetice. The Egelly
Local and Pariah News.
Buttsiess it town was good last Sat
'lhe woods are fnll of squirrels and
sport is tine.
The roof of the new court house
should he put up next week.
There is going to he some first riase
race horses at our fair in October.
Hell's warehouse under the batik, is
a great cnoveniieince to steamboats.
The Police .Jury met on 'tuesday*
See proceedings inl antother colutmn
The slenaer Natchez cattle up yes
terday ont her first trip (of the season.
The "blue front store," is where the
Gilmour's hold out, litb a fine lite of
i)eVoe's forecast for Iext month is
rough, but it is to be hoped that he
will tniss it.
It is reported that deer anid squir
rels art lie, liful, and that the woods
are full of" tiheml
The weather has been, clear and
beaulilul this week, and lots of cotton
lies heeºl gathered.
qir. Charley 11111 is now killing fine
corn-fed beeves, noit the meat Is as
good as ill :inu market.
Our pari'h officers will be as proud
as peacocks wlht'n they get located in
the new courthouse.
The c.lored free school, with Prof.
H. F Mitchell as priucipal, opened up
on Monday with over tifty.
The river is rising again at this
poltit. .It has been going upl and
down dulring the whole year.
Work otn the iron Ibridge at Telsaas,
is p)rogress)' niCely. It will take
sonietlmo to finish it tlihough.
The place where the clock ought to
be ii the new court house, will have a
board dial with painted hands.
A match gasme of base hall was
Iplayed dowu at 'T'ranasy lvania on Tues
day betweeu two colored clubs.
J. WV Cooke is now htrtufug his
large kiln of brick. li a few days you
can purchase your brick right at borne.
The Brootusey HighSchool (colored)
Prof. S. J. Green. princilal. had twet
ty-five scholars to open with on Mon
We regret to lear, that two of the
daughtersof Mr. antd Mrs Jas S. 5,il
likin have been sick with chills and
We are requested to na)" that Rev. S
Slack will conduct the services at the
Epicipal chhurch ou the first Sund(ay
Mr. J. W. Pitt m;n, has already sold
several of his huggies, and will have
to order another lot. lie is selling
If parentis will lhnl their aid to
pupile antld teachir, our s-hooel ran he
made a success. T'his is the oily way
to make it so.
Servtres will be hbId to-morrow at
the Methodist clhurch at 11 a. m. amd
7:30 p. rm., and at the Elpiac!al church
at the satne hours.
Mersr. Monlgiin.rv & Lont~,g clvi;
engiJneers, received the cotntrnc- fron
th)e Tow C(ouincil for surve )ing attd
makluy a map of the townt.
Mayor Franklht had his uual Mou
day morting cltarli, with s,'eral ltsa
breakers before hialt The tn.Vo
never geRe ulnder five and costs.
Judge WV. G. Wy-lv Is back froni
White Sulpher 81,rtng, where h
apent Ute greaier part of the sumslllle
The Jgdge looks it ecelle!nt health.
Mr.fJharley Beard, of Ilendarats
Iookli4 in exceleut health, came n
' last SIut day evetieg ansd sienti Sta
day stlh 4esparefe, Mr. atrlt Mrs; J
When you want a plern~nt lpLysi
try ie ttew rented:, 'C hamhetSift'
Sto rand Liver Tabilets They ar
Priee, 25 cents, Samplrs free at Gut
uerd's drag *dre.
Yom Kipper, or day of Atonement,
was oherved by our Jewlah friends
throughout the patish IPiegittnnti
with the setting of the suit on Suntla)
evening to MNo)ndy evening at 6
o'Clock the rules were strickly ob
'Ve understaed that tlere is talk of
huiitaitlg another stable above the
Whiltittgtou stable on Lake street.
The town counctic sholtll prevent its
erection it possible. If there is one
thing I'rovidence is blessed with, it is
Mrs. Frank Byerley, son and daugh
ter, Miss Fannie and Master F'rank,
who have spent most of the summer
near Mississippi City, on the (ulf
Coast, reetured home on 'l'hursday.
All have been greatly beneflted by
their outing and look in excellent
The Ladles' Home Joural for Octo
ber. sais that "*a stmple remedy for
warts ls-a dresnof salic lie acid with an
ounce of collodion in a bottle which
has a tiny brush run through the cork.
Apply this mnixture to the warts twice
aday and in a few days they will dry
up atnd fall ,uft "
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Cha:nherlsi's Pain Balin applied to
a cutt, bruise, burn, scald or like injurv
will intstatitly allay the patil aInd will
heal the Ierta in le-s time than any
other treatment. Unless. the injury is
very severe it will not leave a scar.
Pain Balmn also cures theumatism,
sprains, swellings antd lameless. For
sale by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
Rev. Mr Boherg, the beloved rector
of Grace Episcopal Church, left Se
waunee on Wednesday and will reachi
I'rovidentce this evening. We are re
quested to say that services will be
held by him to-morrow morninug, and
as manyv of his congregation as possi.
ble should he present.
Mr. G(. C. Martin one of the most
popular drummers that ever "packed a
grip", whose headquarters is at Provi
dence, has a large and growing trade
on both sides of the river from Green
ville to Vicksburg. P. P. Williams &
Co., of Vicksburg are lucky in having
such a man to represent them.
See the Hardware dis
play in Millikin's show
Only another mouth to our big fair.
We should be on the move to make it
a big success. There is going to be
inue exhibits and fine racing. It is
said that three or four racers from St.
Louis will be here,. besides other
horses front Vioksburg. Racing is
going to be one of the best drawing
cards of the lair
Mrs. Brock bas now one of the most
comfortable and cozy homes in town,
having just had it painted inside and
out, and the rooms nicely papered.
Mrs. Brock is a deserving woman,
who has made what she has by her
own bands and without any help, and
we congratulate her upon having anob
a comfortable home.
FINE BAKIRAND FINE BREAD
I respectfully notify the citizens of
Providence that I have secured the ser
vices of a first cla:ts baker, and now
keep a fine quality of bread, cakes and
cofecttons always on hand.
Bread delivered to any part oft town.
J. W. COOKE.
Mr. R. A. Banks, cotton bover for
the Delta Cottone Co., of Meplphis, ar
rived last week and will remain here
dtring the season purchasing cotton
for this firm. Mr. Banks comes high
ly reeomnmended, atnd is prepared to
give the highest market price for cot
ton. His office is at the Lake Prowd.
dence Baunk building.
SRev. 8. Slalc, sonu-I-law of Col. W.
H. Benjamnin of the scContd ward, ar
rived on T'l'uesday to be greeted with a
young dauthter which was born to
the happy parents on the previous
mornintg. Mrs. Slack has been spend
lug the past three month with her
father ont Homnestead. We cougratu
late the parentts astd grand-father.
Mr. Geo. Aaebbridge Is now purchaa
intg cotton for a large Memphis house
autd is prepared to give the top notsh
tor the staple. Mr. Ashbridge west
to Memphis a month or so ago, where
he remained for two or three weeks
learning the business. lie is as good
as any of them wheu it comes to tell
itg what cotton Is worth and the
grade of cotton.
Mr. Tiech, the watchmaker, has now
a nice attd neat place for his business.
''There is plenty of light, and the loa
tion could not be better. You will
find Mr..'l'ieoh, along side of the Gil
mtnour's andti Griiln, the fruit man--in
Bell's stores-on the wrong side of the
street. Mr. Tlich is a first class re
pairer of watches aud jewelry, anud
guarantees all work.
Miss Joe Male Bgelly has ebarge oi
the telephone exchange, and shoeld
give perfect satisfaction. The oldest
daughter' of Mrs. Pearl, has obarge o
the exehange at night, who is asoisted
by her brother. Thisls quite brave it
these children to remain durttg the
i ght tin a building by themsel es, and
they deserve a great deal of credit for
I The mail for Watsonia leaves our
post ondice at eleven o'clock instead of
half past eleven. T'his change ol
departure was made on acooount of the
mail failing to reach the railroad in
tltawe to sach th, train. The disutanoce
Sfrom Benu Lolond is too great for the
I teanms to make it on schedule time, sad
I with the half hour extra given thqre
eshould be no tfaieteomplla1ut.
Milikin hap just re
ceived a first elss line ol
Gent's FurniM ings.
adicted with.ateknese for the past tw
The "Snvereign Visitor" of Omaha,
Neb,.says that "the %VWoodmen of tihe
World beneiciary lutnds are kept sep
arate from the general funds. The ex
petrse of managemnent can never be
paid from the beneficiary. fund. The
only way the general or expense fund
ean ever affect the number ot assees
meiats levied ie, that after all expenses
are paid the surplus goes into the
etergenlcy fund, and this fund can be
drawn on to keep the number of as
ses-ments limited to one during any
moaeth. This is not provided for in
any other order of Woodcraft except
the Woodmrten of the World."
A few packages of
grape nuts left at Milli
Cllamiberlain's. Couglx Remedy a
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a great favorite with people
everywhere. It is especially prized by
tnothers of small children tfor colds,
croup and whooping cough, as it
alaaaafd'orda quick lelief, and as it
Intatains no opiumi or other harmful
dr ug, it may ,e tgiven, as cotnfideutly to
a taity as to an adult. Fur sale at J.
S. (iuenard's drug store.
Mr. MoCullbugh, tallnager of the
Cumbherland Telepihone Co.. located at
Vicksburg. was in Providence last
T'rursday and Friday for the purpose
of installing the new manager here in
place of Mr. Fowler, who resigned the
position. Mr. McCullough informed us
that he was now having put up a cop
per wire from Bent Lomond to Vicks.
burg anad would have it completed int
a few weeks. lie said that there
would he no further trohble in dis
patching business to New Orleans and
other points and that perfect satisfasc
tiont otuld he depended upon this fall
Drop in at Millikin's
and see his fall and win
ter stock of goods.
The Police Jury held an important
meeting ITuesday evening, and among
other things done, was the letting of a
contract for the extension of the iron
work on the new Tensas bridge. On
the east side an extension of 120 feet
will be made and on the west side
45 feet. with an addition of steele tres.
eel of 45 feet. This will make the en
tire length of the bridge to cross Ten
sas made of iron. The Police Jury
has acted wisely in this matter.
Delta Cotton Company
Will buy cotton this season in Lake
Providence and at river landings on
either aide, above and below. All com
munications by mail or telephone
Their agent. Mr. R. A. Banks. invites
all planters to call or write him before
disposing of their cotton.
Office at the Lake Providence Bank
Deputy sheriff W. H. Hunter went
up to Arkansas last week to look at a
negro who was incarcerated in the jail
at Dermont, supposed to be the person
who murdered his wife about a month
ago in the upper part of the parish.
The deputy sheriff informed the au
thorities that he was not the negro
They telegraphed to Morrellton, Ark.,
where a murder had been committed
a few weeks before, and be turned
out to be the mait wantted.
A fine line of Furniture
Mrs. J. S. Genaerd, and two sonse,
Sidnttey and Hortaire, returted fromnt
SNew ()rl'eans on the Valley Queen last
Thursday, after an absence of two
months or mtore spent on the Gulf
coast and in the Crescent City.. We
r are glad to learn that they have re
Sturned in excellent health and Ihat
Sidney has entirely recovered from his
Ioug and severe spell of eicknese.
SWe may not be in the
Sswim--but we are on the
Sriver bank--and realy tp
Sgin all the cotton that
comes over, and guaran
tee satisfaction to all.
Don't forget us, We will
blow the whistle, and
you bring along the cot
R. J. BURNEY.
Go to Millikin's for
Cook Stoves and Heaters.
f Mr W. B. Keene has been appointed
l a member of the school board by the
I Governor, vice Dr. W. E. Long re
SAfter a pleasant week spent in
p Vicksbnrg, Miss EthelEgelly returned
3 home Thursday morning on the Valley
The Providence white school opened
Sup on Monday with about fifty schol.
ore In attendance. This is nearly
Sthirty short of last year and nearly fflty
for the year before.
e During next month our collector
e will call.pon all osamtry blseribers
I who owe us for their eaobseription sad
e other work, sad we hope that they
will not forget the printer.
The commiselion boas of W. B.
Thompson A Co. of New Orleans, wa
estabilabed ln 1849 This eommluion
house is rellable Try WB.B. Thornmi
;e o Co., on a shbipment of cottOln
p Go to Millikin'a* for
TRunks, Valises and telo
DeVoet fre~asti lor Octobes.
An onstti amotinnof rain Is likely
to .i t1 tti a ~-s!er y the
Mississippi, ,ftiseouP an'l h16 vallets;
with 0oool wyýe iteevgeethig bet ween[
the beavy raith. The extreme North
ern and Western States may expect
heavy frosts aegr the first of the
month. atnd snow the latter part. 1st
to 3rd, cold wave. 4th to 7th, a storm
will move over the South Atlantic
States, causing heavy rains in that sec
tion and a cold wave over the New
England States. 8th to 12th, pleasant.
13th to 16hb, a storm is Indicated over
the lower Mississippi valley and a
cyclone over the East Gulf States; the
former moving west of the Mississippi
river, and the latter along the Atlantice
coast. cansinlg hot, sultry weather over
the Southern States and a cold wave
followed by rain oranow in the North.
ern aeeoion. On the 17th to 22nd.
another storm will form over the
West Gulf States and move North
ward into the Ohio valley, causing
heavy rains and floods from the Gulf
States to Canada. 23rd to 254b, cold'
weather with snow over the Missouri
valley. 26th tO 31st a severe storm
will fortm over the lower Mississippi
valley and move Northwestward,
causing heavy rains over the Gulf
States antd snow or rain over the
Northern section followed by cold
Wiggins-'Wbeu the moon rose in
Then I told life's sweetest story."
Sniggin-What did you tell her?
Wiggins-I told her if she would
only marry rme. she could go to THE
FAMOUS anti buy all the Dress Goods
Sniggins-What did she sa)?
Wiggins-Her eyes beamed with
joy, and, throwing her snowy arms
around my neck, she said: "Dearest. l
min thine!" Then she added: "Georgie,
I hope you will get your wedding suit
at THE FAMOUS"
Sniggins--01 course you consented.
Those two bovs, Hamilton & Kennedy,
are up to senff, you know.
Wiggins-Why, certainly; and when
we are married I shall insist on my
darling Desdemona buying all her
heart can desire from that new and
up-to-date Ladies' and Gents' Furnish
ing Store-TH I FAMOUS.
Suiggius-Old fellow, I see where
you are right. I think I shall work
the same racket with my girl.
Moral-A purchase at THE FAMOUS
omay be the stepping stone to your
Millikin will have on
hand in a few days a full
line of Old Hickory Wag
HRudyard Kipling's latest animal
story, "How the Leopard Got His
Spots," has first place in the October
Ladies' Home Journal, which is a tru
ly notable number of this excellent
magazine. "A Fifth Avenue Truba
dour," the story of a bird in New
Y6rk, by Ernest Seton-Thompson;
*'Somne Things the President Does Not
Do," and the last instalment of "Miss
Alcott's Letters to ier'Laurie,'" form
a most interesting and varied trio.
Miss Laura Spencer Portor's delightful
love story "A Gentleman of the Blue
Grass,"'also begins in this number.
and Josef [lotniann, the world-famed
pianist, writes on "Playing the Piano
Correctly." J'here is a crisp collect
ion of anecodotes about Mr. Whistler,
and a charming bit about 'Real 'Cran
ford,'" showing pitures of the places
most mentioned in Mr. Gaskell's great
story. Mr. Bok's editorial is addressed
"To a Young Man About to Marry."
'ibe remainder of the magazine is de
voted to its enlarged editorial depart
ment, niue new editors, each with a
special page.. making their bows.
Chief among. these are Professor
GUrigg's talk on "The Education of a
Child from 1leven to Eighteen," Pro
fessor S. G. Schmucker's "eeiug
Things Outdoors." Miss WitheY's
"Speaking and Writing Correctly,"
"T'he Lady from Phbladephisa." a new
etiquette departmett, Doctor Walker's
,t;ood Health for Girls" and Mrs.
Santgsterr's answer to "Girls' Prob
lems." The art features are most at
tractive. There isa double page of
photograps of "Flowers that Bloom
Above the Clouds," a page of. remark
able photograps by Miss Watson. and
a cover by Albert Hlerter. By The
Curtis Publishing Conmpany, Phiiladel
phia One'dollar a year; ten cents a
Fine line of crockery at
STOOD DEATH OFF.
E. B. Mun.ay, a lawyer of ilenrietta,
Tex., once fooled a grave.digger. He
says "My brother was very low with
nmalarial ever and jaundice. I per
esiaded hiroto try Electric Bitters, and
he was soon much better, but contie
ued their use until be was wholly
cured. I am sure Electric Bitters
saved his life." ''This remedy expels
malaria, kills disease germs and puri
ftiese the bleod;.aids digestion,regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, cures con
stipation,.dyspepsia, nervous diseases,
kiduey troubles, female complaints;
gives perleet health. Only 50ct at J.
8. Guenara's drug store.
The Homestead colored brass band
came up to town last Saturday even
ing and enlivened things a great deal.
The baud is improving, and it speake
well for the get-up of the colored peo
pie of the second ward.
A great many person contend thai
we had a very light frost last Tbure
day morning. They say that the
leaves of the cotton show it. 'It we
really dil have frost,.it ts the earliest
ever kuowu in this country.
J. W. Cooke. on Levee street, has
now a first class baker, and is torning
out as fine bread as you can get any
where. With the baker Cooke now
has be will not hase any trouble in
selling bread, rolls and cakes.
Nothing But Buggies.
SHave just received a CutAR LoaD- of
- BUGGIES and HARiNESS, cheaper
than you ever heard of.
We hJave, got aythi~ig
Syou want to ride in.
J. W. PITTMAN.
Two -REW SHOES
WEAR is the most es
sential thing in shoes.
STYLE is an6ther im
portant feature which
you mnist consider when
COMFORT is the third
important point which
must be taken into con
All of, these qualities
you get in the
RIGEUR, at $3.50,
Aml0o. at $3.00.
We have them in the
different leathers --- a p
and plain toe--single
and double sole.
Better fix the names in
your mind. You will *
think them good when
you know the shoes.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF
ST'HE OLD RELIABLE
P PHIL'S SALOON, I' o
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
.~V% :I.rL= A LD c POOL PL.AL.rOL .R
- 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
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town b
Patronasge sooited. uarantee promptnerss.
Call ,us up over eittier 'phlone.
THE MOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO,,
LAXE PILOVZEDNCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Limber on
the shortest notice.
Tongue and Goe ad QrOe Cypreame
Floornlg anCzrtLel inu.,
Tanks of any sizs made to order at N. 0. pies.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
iOtflice in Hanley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
teiepones. Send your orders to a bome enterprise.
A Warner 'D Seartles Sult
line a faculty that few others, possess
-that of pleasing both, young and old.
For in addition to the st)lish 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.,
Messrs. F. I Maxwell, W. H. Ward
and Captain J. B. Snyder, of Madison
farish, Louisiana. arrived by the noon
train today, to bold a conference with
Mr. R. A. Williams, of Atlanta, who is
at the Carroll hotel, in regard to bring
ing farm labor to the parish. It is un
deostood that arrangements were made
by which sDtne hundred families or
more will be brought from North Caro
lina. In speaking of the labor brought
to the Mississippi Valley from North
and South Carolina. the gentlemen
state that for several years they se
cured labor from the Carolinas through
Mr. Williams and it. has proved the
most satisfactory of all the labor they
have.-Vicksburg Post, 21.
Stolen from Mr. T. 8. teloey's place.
about three weeks ago, a dark bay chest
nut mare. heavy with fold, 13j or 14 hands
high, little sway-back. small legs. roahobed
main, small knot on tip ofl ose also smell
white streak. Will L sy $10 dollars for her
resovery. DENMIS BANK.
Lake Provideee, rLa., Sept. 7-1901.
Two male Polan Chins pigs, "twt
months old. Prdoe. $6 0 each.
Two 1Mt spring Southdown rams.
Price, $6.00 each.
GEG 8. OWEN,
Pilber'sPiat, P. 0., La.
FINE DRESS GOODS
MI LL IMlERY.
5, 10. 15 and 20ct counter whete
pany useful article can be found
' orth double the money.
We are on Lake street right sordes
from the corner of Sparrow street.
VICKSBU RG, - - MISS.
UlRDAR NEW MRMA&flMEMT
" ,: Proprketers.
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furqished. The services of a
Ir3t class Steward has been secured.
and the table will be kept up to the
/i"Patronage solieited and sa.ie
T. F. MorTGosiE I, P. I. LONG,
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
Lake Providence, La.
L sad bues sad ssrne leasMd med gaP-"
sateedl. I demfptioseor lead sad tIa*w
bridge bulidlaog ad piWble fIptvemesi
ofl kLida. 8swerast LowP spaeldtt-.
Ruli.4d sa.Halt sesdeaeog weNklpagpIt
lyas'sated. Be-servey of old swas sad
s of sae adjused. Tmbsr exports
many yeais exzputeae.
c a.?m aIi
ý 4ALANTY FRED. (jALANTY
i E . . ER --
D DGoods, Clothing,
Boo and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
*r.rsr., alitoes. Over shbool.
1~"Everpthing in our store is niew and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Oomrer Lake and Levee Streeta--North Side.
- DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and"GENT'S Furn~hings.
We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and ourprices are extremely low'.
i'I respectfully ask a share of the pui2tnage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right. .
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
TEE LAKB PaovxŽIC BAKs 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 $ 5.00.05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not exceeding $60, 15c $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25c 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 applicatin. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
* J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
ii il R. J. BURNEY. I t
Bernar Builldi.g, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe, La
- Dealer in-
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
A ,FU. : aj OF , GROCERIES.
I We are here to stay, a it and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class ttde. ~i solcit your business, and will do our beat
to please you. Give u6. calL
'ThE OU DRU. STORE,
I~alg.e Street. Z*saks.4b ro rpeu~432Q0. LaS
Garrie a ltill liqra hi itL~a, Vari&Ia1es,
Brushes, Foliet Soaps, Pe tun~ery, *IsObkB, lJne
Stationery axqd (Iease.'
Prescriptions Acchra ly Compounded.
Geo. W.. iIl cKee,
TPbQ 01cd ela ble '11Eaok
Fine Whiskies, Wi.*e d Cigars,
All kiside MFbiosy $ ely tQuestiea
We invite yon to aerlande our;Staqi~-f amosed Qood,. We erntry
atargelinoe of if.r.et.g.ade ofa a: ,,ofee.. We bay for cash
aundaaser ahs..Aisseat.r4btmarP le dian seltfor a small profit.
Louisiana State Uni
versiti and Agrii~ltI
ral and Mel ci l
College, Baton ROlQu
T.OMA8 F. BOYD, A. IL 1 J.
Strong faculty, large libraryl ,
and experiment stations. Instrle
fitting young men tor success in any
Thirty buildiags in mqet beautifol
Expensee lower than at say otbhe
Write to the Seeretary of tbae hai
Bota Tdelepqom aas li es ad r.a.
Dr. Frank B. Artand, lste " u
Major U. 5.' A.. has reetmuad a.d
formed a port~ p with s ')t. 'P .
All ~ats will be answered promptly
day or might, by eiter of as.
-esion opens Wednesday, Sep
tember 18, and contines tbirty-seveu
Complete Literary and Scientiflo
Course efetudy. Special and grad
uate courses. Fall Commercial
Pourse. Oldest and best Sugar
Course in America.
eqiipped aboratories, work-sbops,.
ion troughm modern, practical,
inatfutioS oteria equal advantages.
re for eataloge oonteaiing full
IWe do all kinds
o0 Job Work.
eta rnd BullHeads.