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Saturday, November 2, 1901:
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real Estate Agent,
LAKE PROVIDENCGE LA,
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carroll, West Carroll and Madison
Parishes, and the State Supreme Court.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY. Notary
Publi,., Court Stenographer and Fire
I-inrance Agent. is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
ELteal Istate .A.gt.,
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLET:
ABSTRACT OF ALL TIlE LANDS IN EAST
JARROIL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH
4BSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE,
E. WAYILES BROWNE,
FTENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUTBLIC.
lsocal and Pariah News.
A killing frost I. predicted by the
The cotton market is troubling the
It is not the loudest and most incee
The weather continues favorable for
gathering the crop.
It will take several weeks yet to
complete the courthouse.
Providence has now quieted down
after the rush of last week.
Services at the Catholic, Methodist
and Episcopal churches to-morrow.
Mr. J. S. Guenard has just received
a large stock of painls, white lead and
We are back to summer time with
the mercury ranging up about 80.
The river continues to ill and
steamboats are touching bottom in a
great many places.
The apportionment for the free
schools of the Stale will be made some. r
time during next week.
It sounds good to bear the whistle
of the grader and other boats ast work c
in the reach above, town. c
It is now reported that a boat will
soon be put In the trade between
Vicksburg and Providence. (
No one will be to blame but your
self if you fail to pay your poll tax, 0
thereby loosing your right to vote.
The work ois the iron bridge to a
cross Tensas is progresseing slowly on y
account of the nou arrival of material. t
The merchants of Providence had a
rushing busineses every day last week. h
Those who advertised did the business.
The proceedings of the 5th District a
Levee Board and the proceediuge of I
,the Police Jury are published in S
Irene, the young daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. P. Jones, has been very r
sick with fever at the home of Mrs.
Taylor this week. b
DeVoe was off on the kind of 1f
weather we were to have last month, I
sad it is to be hoped that he will miss
it for this month slso.
Rev. Mr. Riddle, of' Oak Grove, b
filled the pulpit at the Methodist a
church last Sunday evening. A· large tl
congregation was present. b
Mr. L Lipp, editor of the lloyd
News, and Mr. Will Buchanan, were i
pleasant visitors to our fair last week.
Glad to see both gentlemen. a
Mr. H. H. Graham, wife and son, of 'I
the second ward, returned Tuesday,
after spending several months at their B
summer home near Pine Wood, Tenn.
Several cotton ladened wagons from ri
West Carroll, have passed through a
town to the landilngs this week. 'I'The ()
wagons returned loaded with freight. P
J. N. Hill & Bro., will have their en
store ready iu the next three weeks, a
when they will have one of the baud- p1
somest dry goods stores to be seen w
any where. A
Mr. H. Stein, looking like he bad '
Joest stepped out of a band-box, arrived
Monday evening, and has been here
sall the week selling cigars, tobacco to
Voter have two months now to pay w
their poll tax. If it is not paid by the C
1st day of January, 1020, peou will be-! r
deprived of voting in any election that i M
may take place next year. st
Mr. Gee. H. Hallet, cotton buyer for Ilii
L. Waldauer & Co., of Greenville, hae' a
returned. Mr. Hallet was taken quite e
sick in Greenville, whichb detained hia di
from returling for several days.
Mr. Albert Vofught of the seeend B
bard. had the misfortune to lose one
of his fne horse with coile on the last d
day of the fair. It ia a beasy lons to
Mr. Vought, who can hardly afford it
November has come in ice, sad
may it continue through the entires
thirty days. If the plantere oan .t
this month of clear wearhet thiere1
should not be mrach cotton left in the B
WIfiskU, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco,
THE LARGEST STOCK OP IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUOR&
SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER
jbi1 Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. I
NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE.
The handsome show of cattle made
by Mr. Frank Constant at the fair
was the talk of every one, and we do
not believe that the herd could have
been surpassed by any one. Mr Con.
*stlanl's young mules were also admired
p Miss lallie Meltas. of Greenville,
Miss., arrived Monday oon the Now
laud to visit Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gil.
tmour, antd will remain fora few weeks.
Miss Mcllae is one of the popular
young ladies of ;reeoville. We wish
1, her a pleasant visit.
When you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle takes dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
, They will cleanse your stomach, tone
in up you liver and regulate your bowels
msaking you feel like a new man. For
sale by J. 8, Guenard's druggist.
y Mr. J. S. Millikiu received a band- t
se ome little surrey on Monday wnich t
was made to order for him. It will be
pulled by his Shetland pony, and his
little girls will now drive a pretty s
turnout. The little pony and small a
surrey attract a great deal of attention.
Two Saturday night piece disturb- a
ers were up before the mayor on Moo.
day. ltne was fined $500 and cost,
and the other $1000 and cost. It is Y
very seldom that the town does not t
get In its work, on Monday morning t
for drunks and fighting on Saturday
Miss Katie VanFosseu, daughter of
Mrs. T. L Van Fossen, of the Bend.
was married last week at Jackson, V
Tenn. Miss Katie is a bright and h
charning young lady, and her many
friends wish her much joy and happi
ness. We learn that Miss Katie will v
reside in Memphis. ti
The beautiful sunshine weather that h
we have had for the past several weeks 't
has been a blessing to those who have
cotton to gather. A great deal has
been picked and a great deal )et re- d
mains in the fields to be gathered. y
e Labor is scarce, which is a great draw- d
back in the picking season.
Mr. P. H. Schneider had the misfort
une to lose his flue buggy horse Mon- t
r day night. The horse was driven to
Millikin's Bend, and returnlug home ct
no dobbt the driver allowed him to T
travel too freely. lie was one of the
finest animals in the parish, and we
were sorry to see Mr. Schneider lose
Mr. R. A. Banks, the cotton buyer
for the Memphis Cotton Company, is
purchaslng a good deal of cotton and
is paying the highest market price for
it. Mr. Banks is a first class- gentle- p
tuan and is reliable in every way. b3
Mr. Banks is ready to go to any part di
of the parish when notified that plan- in
ters have cotton for sale. S
The Police Jury at their last meet- eo
log passed a first class resolujion and of
one that will be approved by every J
person in the parish. The resolution do
reads: '-Resolved, That owing to the ha
prevalenre of horse-stealing, a reward 't
of twenty-five dollars is offered for the do
capturte,of every one charged with said
crime, said reward to be paid on the re
trial and conviction of the accused." be
Our friend Mr. J. G. Oldfield, of
Globe, Arizona, will please accept our
thanks for his kindly reetnemberance
of us. Come back old friend, to your Wt
old home, and get on the ground floor? pin
Providence is growing, the railroad is be
a certainty, and we would like to see wi
you back in the push. You're longing go
to get hback. and we know it, so pull up the
stakes and return homne--'Hlorne, sweet bu
Col. W. iH. Benjamin, Mr. Breitbaupt fot
and Rev. S. M. Slack were tp from It'
Homestead on Sunday. Rev. Mr. for
Slack conducted the service at the tet
Episcopal church antd administaered dr
loly Comosunion to a large number.
Rev. Mr. Slack will come up to-mor
row and conduct the service and ad- pa
mionister Holy Comimunion,. which will en
be the last lime be will come up be- the
fore returning to his home li te be]
lower part of the State. alr
Annt Martha Hlarris. a good honest
old colored woman, who is respected cui
bud highly thought of hv our entire ma
community, has been quite tick for of
the past two weeks. Auut Marthawe
has not been forgotten by her white lin
friends, who are administerierg to her st
wants and who are calling to see her
in her, sickness. We bate to see the
olI black mama fast passing away, Lo
and we hope that aunt Martha will be ret
spared for many days to come. we
Mr. T. Everett Pinkston and Miss ex
Burts Ogden Riley were married Wed- six
nesday evening at 8 o'clock, at the Oe:
residence of ibhe brido's, parents, Mr thi
and Mrs. John Riley, Monegal Home, bha
Omegs, Rev. C. Mahbeoiclatiug. Mr. sbi
Pinkstlou and his bride are popular SP
young people, who received a great the
tnany handsome presents. Mr. and bu
Mis Pinketon wilg reside ou the Bank
place, and the Bannuser-D)emocrat 4
wishes them good luck through life. u
A full account of the wedding will ap- Mr
pear next week. ct
To remove a troublesome corn or
baunion: First soak the corn or bun.
ion ino warm water to softetn it, then
pare it down as closely s possibles
without drawing blood and apply wh
Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm twice daily; drt
i rubbtug vYitrously for Eve minutes at
each app!ieatiou. A corn plaster i
should be worn for a few days, to pro. -i
test it trom the sthoe. As a general
liniment for sprauins, broises, Ilaeenns
and rhemaismk, Pain Balm is un
equaled. For sale by J. S Guenuard's
SMis Malbl Flemuling of Millikin's mu
Bend, who was the gueot of Misses pre
Katie and Narcisse Kenmedy for.a few
days, returued.Mouday evening on the aB
Dewey, accompanied by Miss Nar- dim
Rev. Mr. Boberg went out to the
Soute shebool hense last Sunday even- (
)ug cud held service. Qi~site a number Tal
of persons were present. Rev. Mr. at
Baber_ inteads to bold regularervielas sme
out 11(*&, .
Brudidern' an' udders, dar am a
band- time to laugh and a time to shed
wnicb teahs. Ah reckon as how now am
ud his be de time to shed teahs, an, ah jes'
pretty shed yo' a pitcherful. Ef yo' will
small al'ays shed yo' teahs dat a-way hit.
nio. will keep yo' eyes from gettin' red
sturb- an' yo' will hah mo' time to laugh.
Ion- Ah want to tell yo' people to sabe
it is yo' money. Yo' doan bab to gib it
a not to de foh'gn ruiss'nary, but gib hit
rilng to de homu e miee 'nry. De one dat
urday hab de name of E. J.' HAMLEY
be am de right kin' oh a home miss'
Bend. nary, foh he will gib you a home foh
keoen, yo' money ef yo' hab 'nough ob hit.
and MR' HAMLEY am a queer kin' ob a
utapi man, too, be will tell yo' dat dirt am
a will valuable; den he tell some one else
to wash de dirt off hisself an' trow
r that hit away. Ah reckon ah get him to
weeks 'splain dat to me.
have But to resume to de lust subject
et hre dar am a time to laugh. Hit's when
iered. yo' make de fust payment on one ob
draw- dose cotton fields or houses Ms.
ofort- It isn't so much in the name as in
Mon. the fact, that our name is always
home connected with large REAL ES
m to TATE DEALS.
tY, is A special of the 26th from Shreve
Sad port to the Times-Democrat, says that
e for ''the Shreveport Belt Railway Com
Intle- pany was muleed in heavy damages
way. by a jury In a suit for damages in the
part district court to-day. Thle plaintiffs
plai- in the suit were Gustave and Margaret
Schutt, for themselves and their little
neet- son Harry, who was run down by one
and of the defendant company's care last
very January and crippled for life. The
wtiou damages sought was $25,000, the trial
a the having been in progress since last
ward Tuesday. The verdict of the jury
r the gave the plaintiffs $21.477 50." No
said doubt a great many of our citizens will
i the remember. Mr. Schutt. who ran a bar
1." her shop here for sometime and wbo
married Miss Margaret Countz. I
S ASTOUNDING DISCOVERY.
sance From Coopersville, Mich., comes
your word of a wonderful discovery of a I
loor? pleasant tasting liquid that when used
ad is before retiring by any one troubled a
Ssee with a bad cough always ensures a
ging good night'o rest. "It will soon cure C
II up the cough too," writes Mrs. S. Himel
weet burger, "for three geunertions of our I
family have used Dr. Kiig's New Dis
covery for Consumption and never I
aupt found its equal for Coughe and Colds."
from It', an unrivaled life-saver when used a
Mr. for desperate lung diseases. Guaran
the teed bottles 50c and $1.00 at Guenard's A
ered drug store, Trial bottles free.
rnor- The Gould asurvey party has now
ad- passed sonth of town. The linie of
will osurvey as now rom, which we earn is
be- the final survey, croeses Tesase just
tue below the basin and then makes
almlst an air line to the large barnit
on Mr. Phil McGuire'a place, pass.
nes ihg a little above it, aod then makes ae
itire curve, passing a little south of Iaga
r man's break. The line isre considerable i
r of a distanoc from town in a south
tbiht weiterly direction, atng the closest the
hber line will be to townu will be a little
bsouth of the fair grounds. a
the Mr. Phil McGnlire returned to St.
wby, Louis last Sunday night, epectiong to
Sreach thast eity on Tuesday night. We
were glad to learn froa biem that be i
Mifs expected to return bome in the next
Ved- six weeks, and would remain unttil
the next spring. It Is reported that be is
Mr thinking very stronigly of erecting a
hme, beodeomae brick building on his desir- It
Mr. able lot on the corner of Lake and g
ular Sparrow streets. When tbls is done, w
real there will be a use block of brick l
and buildiags to ornament our town. m
ank "I have used Chamberlaio's Colic,
crat olers ad Diarrhoea Remedy a'd
life. . it to be a great medicine," says
ap' Mr. E. S. Phippa, of Potean, Ark. "It as
cured me of bloody flux. I cannot g
rspeak too highly of i." This remedy
always wins the good opinion, if not
huen praise, of those who use it. The quick
cres Wi buy cotton thieects seasoven in thLake mot
eProvidence ad aket river landings oneery
plyeit wher side, abovr sle and below. GueAll com.rd'
epromptly answered. Coton Company
Splanters to call or write Memphism before
rdisposing of their cotton is season in Lake
e at the Lake Providence aBankd at river ndings on
either uide, above and below. Allco- ing.
i's muChamberlnatons Stoby mail or telephone
few Their agent. Mr.They are easy to take
thae and planters to cll eet.or write him beforeJ.
. . G u.sartd' drug store. lil
The November number of The
Ladies' Home Journal is full of goot
things. The Thanksgiviag spirit it
embodied in an interesting artlelk
telling .'Where the President's Turkey
Comes From." and a delightful short
story of"A Daughter of the Pilgrims,"
by Hezekiah Butterworth. Edith
King Swain tells of some thrilling as
cents she has made, and in "A Voke
Heard Around the Worldt Cleveland
Moffet presents much that is new
about Ira D. Sankey, the greatest of
living evangelists. A new romance by
Frederick M. Smith, entitled 'Chris
tine," begins In this issue, and Miss
Loura Spencer Portor's delightful
"Gentleman of the Blue Grass" is con
tinued. One of the most attractive
features is the first of the rooms tolu the
"Bradley House." destgned for the
Journal by Will Bradley. The break
fast-room opens this series. Miss
JohnAsto continuesu her series of "'l'he
Foremost Women Photographers in
America," and Johnb Elfreth Watk ins.
Jr, contributes an article about "The
Way it is Done in Washington Socie
ty." Mr. Bok's editorial is devoted to
advice to young married conples.
The Rev. Francis EK Clark. D. D.,
founder of the Christian Endeavor
Society, writes ably on the question,
"Why Should a Young Man Support
the Churct?" and Edward Howard
Griggs deals with the child's awaken.
itg to manbood or womanbood in the
second of his educational articles
" There are three pages showing Christ
mas gifts that can be made at horne,
and all the regular departments are
unusually good. The illustrations in
clude a double page of beautiful pho
tographs ot "Animal Life on the
Farm," and a "golf-girl" cover by
a T'homas Mitchell Peirce. By The Cur
d tie Publishing Company, Philadelphia.
One dollar a year; ten oents a copy.
s' Great Luck of an Editor.
ill "For two years all efforts to cure
lit Erzema in the palms of my hands
failed," writes Editor H. N. Lester, of
Syracuse. Kan., "then I was holy cured
by Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the
)e world's best.for Eruptions, Sores and
all skin diseases. Only 25c at J. S.
it Guenard's drug stone.
t Mr. John G. Lonsdale, of Hot
Springs, Ark.. looking the picture of
good health, arrived Monday, to look
after his plantation interests in our
b parish. He has a legion of warm
friends in our town and parish,
who always give him a hearty
greeting. We asked him did he
m have any railroad news to impart
te to us, but he said he had not. although
we find the following in the Vicksburg
W Post, which shows that he must
;o have runt up against a reporter of
that paper, although he says the
interview never took place: "Col
onel John G. Lonsdale, of Hot
n Springs, Vice President of the Little
b Rock, Hot Springs and Western rail
road, is in the city. He is looking
after the Gould Line connection now
being built through the parishes of
n East Carroll, Madison, TenAas and
Concordia. He states that the liue
will be built as fast as possible. Much
of the south end extension north, and
the north end extension south, is un
der contract and will be built at once.
He is of the opinion that the line will
be completed connecting the Iron
Momwtalu with the ''exas Pacific- be
low Red river not later than March 1st
AT THE FAMOUS.
e Ladies and gentlemen ! If you choose,
Come round to THE FAMOUS and
look at our shoes;
They're made up-to-date, they're stylish
For comfort and wear, just the thing
for your feet.
The ',Puritan" shoe for ladies we sell,
I And H & K's own is ever so swell;
SThe dudes love to wear them, they seem
just the thing,
And if you should banker to be in the
Why conme right around and blow in
Invest in good leather, then cut quite
In 'ligion we don't play the minister's
But in bargains our prices are good i
for your sole;
And sinner, if life's pathway is rocky
Come buy a good shoe that can stand
the hard gravel.
For young and for old, for lady and
In the shoe line, why bless you. a
million we've spent;
And if we cant please ±ou, to be short
After all of our talking-then go to
the Divil !
We are at last able to call
your attention to our stock of Cloth
tog. All the newest designs, both in
fabric ad fashion, and made as only
Rogers, Peet & Co., can make.
Come iu and take a look-it won't
cost you anything and may save you
considerable; for we have sold many a
man a Rogers, Peet & Co. $25 Suit
that was not only as good material but
superior in cut and fit to the average
$40 Set to order.
Full stocks in aid lines. 1
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten I
WARNER & SEARLES CO., I
We call the attention of our readers
to the real estate advertisement of Mr.
E. J. Hamley in another column, the
man who sells more property than all
the other real estate dealers put to
gether. Mr. Hamley wants to nlocrease
his sales is the reason that be places
bhis ad. in this paper. He knows this
paper has a large circolation and to
advertise in it, it pays and that he will b
get the worth of hise money. Look at
his large card and thetn say you saw it
in the Banner-Democrat. b
COAL at Bell's Ldg,
PUT TOUR ONET INTO
and you'll know that it's safe. Every
dollar so invested will give you satis
faction, as well as making a safe place
to deposit what you save. We tbink
we have a house to suit you; and, it so,
we are sure we can arrange the terms.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
Lake street, from the corner at Max
Levy's to the corner of Maguire k
Schnaeider's, would look splendid with
a firt sclam sidewalk thiseontire length.
Mr. White sad Mr. MeKee are ready
to start at any time.
The correct andt, ofboial premium n
list of the East Carroll Fair is pub-.
lisbed ia aunother oluma. I
I Men and Yuoth's Coats and Vests
ad In Black and Blue, Diagonal and Clay Worstede
of Square Cuts and Round Cuts-made for people who
y appreciate good and well made elothes at a moderate
price. We can show you a nioe line of these goods
0- 500 to 9.50.
I Boys Knee Pant Sialts.
All the way from 66cts to $4.00 per Suit.
S Boys 9ee Pants,
ºe Cassimeres, 50 to 75cts pair.
e- Jeans, 25 to 50cts pair.
F. SIZES RUN UP TO 16 YEARS.
, Our Workint Mens' Jeans Pants
rI Are made by H. Morris & Bro., out of the genuine
Humboldt Jeans-will not rip-your money back or
e another pair if they do. PRICE, 1.50.
See our large show window for exhibit of PANTS
made to order by the ROYAL TAILORS.
e Every garment must fit the parties for whom they
y were ordered or their money RGFUNDED.
THIS IS THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS,
n )t THE OLD RELIABLE
q Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. M
e BIIL.LIA. cts POOL PIAIB0 I..O.
Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian
Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand.
"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY.
. Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
Hill's Big Gro ery Ho se
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronage soloited. Guarntee promptness.
Call u.s up over either 'phone.
ANY STYLE BUILDING.
We make a feature of selling attrae.
d tire homes, but we also have some ex
cellent business properties.
y You CAN ALWAYS BUY A GOOD
and then, too, we have some places for
rent. Some of the best bouses in the
city are placed in our hands. If you
want a good house, we can put you on
the right track.
t E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
GEO. H. HALLE,
- RE PRESENTING
L. WALDAUEL, & CO..
of Greenville, Miss.
DON'T SELL YOUR COTION ONTIL
YOU SEE ME.
OFFICE at J. W. Pitiman's Store.
t That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if yon
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headaches. They make pure
blood asd builu up your health. On
ly 26 cents. Money back If not cured.
Sold by J. S. Gueuard, druggist.
Mrs. W. S. Maguire received the sad
news by wire on Monday morning
that Miss Maggie Tompkius, aunt of
Mrs. Maguire and Mr. F. H. Schneider,
had died in Shreveport the day be
fore. Mr. Schneider left immediately
for Shreveport on receipt of tbW tele
gram, and had the remains taken to
Minden for interment in the family
burying ground. Miss Maggie was a
true christian woman, loved by every
one who knew her, and the news of
her death here cast a gloom over our
LARGE LINE OF
BY LEADING AUTHORS.
Interesting and Instructive Books
All kinds of Games for Children.
Pure Chinaware, large hne of hand
some ART NOVELTIES.
Fine line of Pure Gold and Heavy
Fine Silver Novelties.
Gold,Gold Filled and Silver Watches.
We are special agents for a large
jewelry house and can save you
money on any kind of jewelry wanted.
We can make you special rates os
fne watches and diamonds.
Spreads Like Wildfire.
ýc. When things are "the best" thbey be
x_ come '"the best selling." Abraham
flare, a leading druggist, of Belleville
0, writes: "'Electric Bitters are tbs
best selling hitters I have bandied ito
20 years." You know why ? Most
r diseases begin in disorders of stomach,
ie liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and
u nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the
n stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and
bowels, purifies the blood, satrengthens
the nerves, hence cures multitudes of
maladies. it builds up the entire syw;
ternm. Puts nIew life and vigor into any
weak, sickly, rundown man or woman.
Price 50 cents. For sale at Guenard's
L DRY GOODS
FINE DRESS GOODS
-d AMCY ARTICLS..
*e 5, 10. 15 and 20ct counter where
: many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
d We are on Lake street right across
g from the corner of Sparrow street.
y HOTEL PIAZZA,
' VICKSBURG, - - MISS.
UMDBR MtW MAN~,G~ A LME4T
a f A. BOND,
i.. _P roprietorS
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. The services of a
first class Steward has been secured
and the table willbe kept up to the
" i'Patroonge solicited and satis
T. F. MoNTGOMERY, P. H. LoG.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
Lake Providence, La.
Land hbes and oorntrs located and guar
saneed. Descriptions of land and timber
. furnished. Levels and profles for drainage.
EstimaSes for embasnkments, ditching.
e bridge building and pub!ie improvements
a of all kinds. Sewerage o towns a specilaty.
Railroad and all engineering work prompt.
ly executed. Re-serveys of old towns and
0 maps e1 name adjusted. Timber experts
many jens experience.
SAM GALANTY FRED. GALANTT
S. UalailI Bra.,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Truina VTalioes. Over shooue,
£WEverpthing 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 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.
$5TI respectfully ask a share of the public patronage, and guaranttee to
treat every one right.
The Lake Providence Bank,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
--- THE FOLLOWING RATES----
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $60. 1ec $60 and iot 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 fill out application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
11 P l/ R.J. BURNEY. Ili
B 3ernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Proidenoe,La
-- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept ip a First Class Store
Elvery-thiz- for Xranties.
iVoerLytl~zi for Goentleemo
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
$&`We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
I THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
SJ S. GrUECENARD, PraProaToR
:FIJke slreet. .slake 3rovidenoe. r J
:Dhug$, jfedieine, Ghemical, ,atent Iedigine.
garries a flll lire of Paftts, Oils, TIfarrisles,
Brhales, Woliet ioaps, Perftnrery, Books, YIpe
itationery ard Glass.
SPrescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
)l We Old oeliakble Grooery Irouse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~vd efF'aoy Farily tGdes $es
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for casub
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO.,,
LAZe Z3OVZDENQOc, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
'olnue and. Gr-ove Cyreije
lFloormngs ana oeu...
Tanks of any suie made to order at . 0. prioeg.
Shingles, Shir gle, Shiugleu.
-Office in Hamley Block. C~onnected by Cumblerland and Home
telepones. Send your oraers to a home enterprise.
. Be"nadd & rtaud, We do all kinds
PHYSICIANS All SURBEONS,
-BERNARD BUILDING, of Job Work
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Both Telepones in ofices asd resi- Letr and BillHeads.
Dr. Frank E. Artaud, late Surgeon Enveloes, Statements
Major U. 8. A.. habu returned and
flormed, partnership with Dr. F. RK. Posters. Our price O
All calls will be answered promptly,
day or night, by either of us., are ImoderaUte.
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